Kameron Steele is a North American artist that has worked as an actor in professional theatre and film productions since 1991 (AEA) and as a director of professional theatre productions since 2000.
He is fluent in written and spoken English, Spanish and Japanese. His translation of Tadashi Suzuki’s Culture is the Body was published by TCG in 2015. BFA Performance Studies: Northwestern University, MFA Directing: CalArts.
Steele joined Tadashi Suzuki’s SCOT company in Toga, Japan where he has since worked as an actor, assistant director, teacher and translator, appearing in King Lear, Waiting for Romeo, Ivanov, Greetings from the Edge of the Earth and Dionysus. From 1998-2007 Mr. Steele also worked at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, appearing in Wilson’s touring productions of Persephone, The Days Before, Woyzeck and Prometheus. Past directing credits include: NYC– Mosheh: a videopera, Hanjo, Epona’s Labyrnith, Saudade, (all at HERE Arts Center), AOI! (Japan Society, PRELUDE Festival, undergroundzerofestival @PS122), Death in Vacant Lot! (Watermill; LMCC), HanjoRedux (CRS), The Bacchae (LIU). International– Hanjo (Teatro Degollado, Mexico; La Bellone, Belgium). 2017, at the Festival de Estrenos in Mendoza, Argentina, Steele won the Best Director and Best Production award for AOI: el gualicho de la malvarrosa.
He has since performed in the best orchestras in Argentina: Sexteto Mayor, Rascacielos, Rascasuelos, El Desquite, and Sexteto Sur. Fulvio also participated in the most recognized tango festivals in Europe and Latin America- England, France and the Festival Mundial de Tango in Buenos Aires. He has recorded numerous compositions as an arranger, compositor, and performer.