For over 18 years, she’s worked in theatres throughout the country and also has worked extensively in television and film. You may have seen her on stage at the Neptune Theatre, Drayton, Ships Company, Theatre New Brunswick and more. She has performed in A Christmas Story, The Miracle Worker, The Diary of Anne Frank, Sylvia, Anne, The Government Inspector, Run For Your Wife, Twelfth Night. On Television, she’s appeared on Rookie Blue, Blackbird, Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost, Relative Chaos, Robson Arms, Marion Bridge and she was nominated for a Genie Award for her work in the film New Waterford Girl. She holds a B.A. in Theatre from Dalhousie University.
Stacy has taught various aspects of performance, including acting, voice, improvisation and clown to all ages at various schools, theatre schools and universities including Neptune Theatre School, Dalhousie University (Theatre 1800) the High School Drama Festival and summer camps. For the past three years, Stacy has worked with Playmakers Theatre School in Stratford, Ontario.
She has developed workshops and collective creation pieces fro students about bullying and peer issues. Last year she created the Kale Show for The Foundation for Education which toured elementary schools throughout Perth County. For the past two years she has worked with the docents at Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery on voice and speech.
Currently she is co-creating a theatre piece about the ladies of the CNR in Stratford, ON.