Stefania has completed studies in Education at McGill (BEd), in piano at l’Université du Québec à Montréal, and recently in performing arts at the Randolph College for Performing Arts in Toronto. Her diploma in performing arts has allowed her to explore different forms of acting for the stage and camera, movement, voice and text, and dance (ballet, jazz, tap). In addition, Stefania has studied with musical professionals such as Louisa Burgess-Corbett, Mark Wilson, John Hughes, David Atkinson, Thom Allison, Donovan LeNabat as well as industry directors and actors like Rosanna Saracino, Peter Van Wart, Denise Norman, and Ausar NuHotep Stewart.
In Randolph’s 2017 season, Stefania performed in Stage Door as Olga Brandt, a Russian classical pianist seeking artistic success in New York during the late 1930s. The play was written by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman, and was directed by Rosanna Saracino. In addition, Stefania also appeared in Randolph’s production of The Drowsy Chaperone, directed by Dayna Tekatch with the assistance of Cara Hunter.
Scene study highlights: Linda in Savage in Limbo by John Patrick Shanley, the Princess of France in Love’s Labour’s Lost by Shakespeare, and Mother Courage in Mother Courage and All Her Children by Bertolt Brecht.
Past credits: Kate's understudy/Major General's daughter in The Pirates of Penzance (LLO), Assistant director/vocal coach for Riverdale High School's musical theatre productions (2010-),the Festival de la voix gala concerts with Marc Hervieux (2015) and Ranee Lee (2014), a tribute concert to Neil Chotem with Kerry-Anne Kutz and Monique Fauteux (Harmonium), and the Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir under Dr Trevor Payne during the Sacred Heart School of Montreal’s 150th Anniversary Celebration. Stefania continues taking singing and ballet lessons in addition to now teaching music in a high school. In the future, Stefania would like to delve further into directing plays and musical
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