Eugenia Arsenis is a director and dramaturg who has collaborated with international cultural organizations such as Royal Albert Hall, the San Francisco Opera Center and Center for Contemporary Opera, Skylight Music Theatre, Oakland Opera House, the Greek National Opera, Megaron Athens Concert Hall, and the National Theatre of Northern Greece. She is the designer and Coordinator of the Minor in Theater and Performance at the Hellenic American University and Coordinator of the Acting for Opera at the Contemporary Conservatory of Athens. She studied Dramaturgy and Directing at the Department of Drama, Theatre and Media Arts at Royal Holloway University of London. She pursued graduate studies in Philosophy at University College London and earned her Doctorate in Philosophical Aesthetics, Opera and Greek Tragedy at the University of London. She was Visiting Researcher at the School of Music of the College of Fine Arts at Boston University for Musical Analysis and Opera Directing. She has held numerous grants and fellowships from organizations such as the Fulbright Foundation, the Onassis Foundation, the National Bank Cultural Foundation, New York Film Academy, and the Royal Holloway University of London. She is currently the President of the Hellenic Center of the International Theatre Institute, Registrar of Public Relations of the Hellenic Theatre Studies Association, and member of the Greek Directors’ Guild. She is an adjunct faculty member and teaches in the General Education program.