Stacy was born and raised in a scientific, artsy family in Redlands, California. In high school, she and her twin sister joined the drama department their freshman year to do props for a musical... "It would be easy!" their friend said! And there started their lifelong involvement in theatre.
In Los Angeles, she continued to work in theatre, ranging from the Long Beach Playhouse to Opera Santa Barbara, and everything in between. Stacy was the Assistant Technical Director and Production Manager at the Norris Center/Palos Verdes Performing Arts for nine and a half years.
In 2017 Stacy and her twin sister started a podcast called Twins Talk Theatre. You can find the page and podcast linked above.
Long Beach Playhouse - Flight
May 19th - June16th, 2018
In 1858, on a plantation in Georgia, a young mother is suddenly sold, leaving behind her husband and their five-year-old son. Through a magical evening of storytelling, music and dance, their community shares the rich history that makes them so much more than slaves. Sharing this rich oral tradition not only comforts the father and son, but heals and strengthens the entire community as the audience has the privilege of going along for the ride. Flight is an inspirational theatrical experience for the whole family as the characters share their empowering stories, based on actual slave narratives, as well as African and African-American folktales.
East West Players - As We Babble On
May 31st - June 24th, 2018
East West Players (EWP), in association with the Los Angeles LGBT Center, is pleased to announce the cast and creative team for the world premiere of Nathan Ramos’ As We Babble On, which was the winner of East West Players’ 2042: See Change Playwriting Competition. Directed by Alison M. De La Cruz, Director of Performing Arts & Community Engagement at Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, As We Babble On begins performances on May 31 and runs until June 24, 2018, with opening night on June 6, 2018.