Olivia Stevens is a European-born singer/actress who shares her time between New York City and Stockholm.
She trained at Bard College in New York, The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, and in master classes with The Royal Shakespeare Company. Miss Stevens began her musical work in Stockholm, Sweden, in the chorus at The Royal Swedish Opera in opera like; "The Mastersingers of Numberg", "Joan of Arc" and "Don Giovanni."
Miss Steven's musical theatre debut landed her smack in the middle of The National Touring Theatre's highly acclaimed production of "West Side Story" where she played Anita. This hit show, which was sold-out for all of its year long run, established her as the new star in the business and the audience and press loved her. Since then, this stunning performer has never looked back. Her debut was quickly followed by the Studio Theatre's sell-out success "Cabaret", where Olivia starred as Sally Bowles and was touted as "magnificent". During this one and a half-year long run, Miss Stevens also starred as Florence in "Chess", created by the team behind the hit-musical "Mamma Mia." She continued to star in plays and musicals in London, Stockholm, Oslo and Warsaw.
Previoiusly in New York at Fisher Center she had starring roles in "The Children of The Sun" and the Oscar Wilde play "The Importance of Being Earnest". At the Mac'Owen Theatre in London Olivia played her first Shakespeare role Cleopatra, in "Anthony and Cleopatra" and Nastya in the Gorky play "The Lower Depths".
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