Adjunct Faculty Stephanie Stowe
Office Hours: By appointment
Rank: Adjunct Lecturer
Degrees and Sources of Degrees: Bachelor of Arts (Theater) New Mexico State
University, Las Cruces, New Mexico
Stephanie Stowe has been an Adjunct Lecturer at Lehman College since 2005. A playwright, writer, director, actor, teacher, and founding member of The Bronx Repertory Company Stephanie received a B.A. from New Mexico State University and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing (Playwriting) from The City College of New York (CCNY).
Stephanie’s acting credits include regional theaters such as the Arvada Center for the Performing Arts (Colorado), Olney Theater (Maryland) and American Southwest Theater Company (New Mexico) and Belmont Playhouse (NYC). Tours: The National Theater/Catholic University’s National Players. Commercial, print, and industrial credits; Biolage, 1-800 Flowers, AT&T, PBS. Produced plays and one-acts; St. Vig, Yardbird, Little Victories, Sparkler, El Dia de Los Muertes, and Sweet Spot, and her latest full-length play, Breaking Night is a contemporary multi-media drama schedule for a workshop reading in January of 2019. Stephanie is also currently collaborating on an original, politically-themed musical with Good Elephant Productions, scheduled for premiere in the Fall of 2019 and her novel in process, Imogen Frette was selected as a 2018 finalist for the “Marianne Russo Award” by the Key West Literary Seminar.
In addition to her acting and writing credits, Stephanie has directed several Lehman College theater department productions including, Lobby Hero, Our Lady of 125th Street, and Bug, along with the premiere of two new works from the one-act trilogy, The Safety of Strangers, by Lehman College Alumnus and New York University MFA playwright Juan Ramirez, at the Studio Theater on Theater Row NYC.
For more information on Stephanie’s plays, please visit her page at www.newplayexchange.com.