Stephanie Street 

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Stephanie Street was born and brought up in Singapore. She has an MA (Hons) in English from Jesus College, Cambridge, where she was given the Prawer Prize for her dissertation on Jacobean and Caroline Court Masques. She then went on to study acting at LAMDA on a three-year scholarship.

She was President of Jesus College Drama Society, and co-wrote and performed in a four-woman comedy revue at the ADC Theatre. She also co-produced and performed in a street-theatre production of Henry IV Part 1 at the Gilded Balloon in the 1998 Edinburgh Festival.

Stephanie has worked extensively in theatre and television. Her theatre work includes the UK premiere of Arabian Nights for ATC, Rosalind in As You Like It for Natural Perspectives, the Dark Lady of the Sonnets in the world premiere of Tony Haygarth's Dark Meaning Mouse, UK tour of The Vagina Monologues and the UK premiere of The Laramie Project at London's Sound Theatre, as well as numerous workshops at the Soho Theatre, Royal Court and National Theatre Studio. Her TV work includes lead and regular parts in Red Cap, Holby City, 20 Things to do Before your 30 and NY-LON

Projects by Stephanie at The Facility:
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