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Stacy Stauffer


Stacy Stauffer is a talented character actor who lives and performs in Fort Myers. Her credits include Hall in Men on Boats for the Alliance for the Arts, Sarah Goodwin in New Phoenix Theatre’s production of Time Stands Still, Sheila in Joe Simonelli’s The Ghost in the Meadow (Cultural Park Theatre), Lab Theater’s world premiere production of Zalman Velvel’s DMV (various roles, including the mayor), Bessie in Marvin’s Room, and The Musical Comedy Murders of the 1940s, Sarah Ruhl’s Stage Kiss, Laura Lorusso’s Scrooge TV: A Modern Christmas Carol, Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays (Stacy was Hannah in “This Flight Tonight” and Cate in “A Traditional Wedding”), Rumors, the Vagina Monologues, Bye Bye Birdie and The Dixie Swim Club.

Stacy also hones her skills doing staged readings (such as The 48th Parallel) and participating in Lab Theater’s 24-Hour Playwriting Challenge (she was in the cast of Candice Sanzari’s 2018 Critics’ Choice winner, “Thanksgiving is for Nutters”) and 24-Hour Screenwriting Project (she was a time traveler by the name of Charlene in Doug Winings’ short film Toast on 10 in 2021.

Stacy will next appear for New Phoenix Theater in the role of Marjorie Taub in Charles Busch’s The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife.

September 15, 2019; revised February 14, 2022.


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