Connecting, Facilitating and Sharing Stories. These are three things that Phi loves to do
As an Arts Worker events Phi understands the transformative power of the creative. As an artist, she understands the power of stories and shares these with music to open conversations and challenge social stigma.
Phi fell in love with the performing arts at a very young age thanks to her highly creative family. In 2004, aged 13, she was a founding drama student at Ink Pot Arts in the Adelaide Hills and has since worked with them as a board member, actor, producer and event designer.
With Ink Pot, she made her Adelaide Fringe debut in 2006 in Commedia show Servant of Two Masters. In 2009 Phi made her cabaret debut alongside Anya Anastasia with the BirdWizdom Collective during the Feast Festival in Enthusiasm, Please! This collaboration continued across many Adelaide and Cabaret Fringe Festival’s.
Since 2013 Phi has created, produced and performed in five cabaret shows that celebrate the power of stories.
The Ukulele Dream Girl, the stage persona of Phi Theodoros, made her cabaret debut in 2019. She is a storyteller who weaves music and poetry together to share stories & shift stigmas. Our Ukulele Dream Girl is armed with a ukulele and a heart filled with compassion waiting to take you on a journey of unexpected expression.
Follow her on instagram @ukuleledreamgirladl or facebook.com/UkuleleDreamGirl/
Phi is a creative individual always looking for opportunity in diverse places. Over the past four years she has worked extensively in the Not-For-Profit sector as well as in Marketing & Publicity, Event Design & Management and the Performing and Creative Arts. These experiences one day all collided, and the idea of Phi Theodoros StoryTeller: Multimedia & Events was born.