Stephanie Street

Stephanie Street

Stephanie Street trained at Cambridge University and LAMDA.

For the National: Our Generation, Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Nightwatchman, King James Bible: Gospel According to John

In London's West End: Wuthering Heights (adapter), Quiz, Iraq Innit

Other theatre includes: MarylandLiving Newspaper Edition 4, The Djinns of Eidgah, Rough Cuts, Behind the Image and Shades at the Royal Court; Deciphering at the New Diorama; Quiz at Chichester; Constellations at Singapore Repertory Theatre; The Big Fellah and Mixed up North for Out of Joint; Sisters at Sheffield Crucible; On the Beach / Resilience at the Bush; Sweet Cider at the Arcola; Not the End of the World at Bristol Old Vic; Indenture for Talawa; The Scarecrow and his Servant at Southwark Playhouse; and Vagina Monologues for Mark Goucher Limited

As a playwright: Dragonflies at SIFA 2017; Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist at the Finborough and The Yard; Sisters at the Sheffield Crucible Studio.

Stephanie Street is a Trustee and founder member of Act for Change, campaigning for representative diversity in the industry, a columnist for The Stage and on the Board at Chichester Festival Theatre.
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Master of None, Vera, Hank Zipzer, Holby City, Silk, DCI Banks, Lewis, Hens, Bring the House Down, Monday Monday, Apparitions, Never Better, EastEnders, Primeval, Commander III, Soundproof, Heavenly Father, NY-LON NY-LON, 20 Things to do Before You’re 30, Doctors, Red Cap, The Last Detective

Nightwatchman – WhatsOnStage nomination for Best Solo Performance

(Published November 2021)