Queen's University

Stephanie Graham

Adjunct Lecturer

Member Type(s): Faculty

Discipline(s):
Music/Theatre

Stephanie Graham is an award winning director, choreographer, performer, producer, and educator.

Stephanie’s artistic credits over the last twenty years include three seasons at The Stratford Festival of Canada and five seasons at the Charlottetown Festival. As a director and/or choreographer she has worked at theatres across Canada on many shows including: Grey Gardens (Acting Up Stage), It’s a Wonderful Life (Theatre Aquarius), All Shook Up (Globe Theatre), Spamalot & Back in ’59 (Stephenville Festival), Mary Poppins (Globe Theatre), The Addams Family (Neptune Theatre-2016 Merritt Award Nomination-Outstanding Choreography), The Wild Party (Acting Up Stage-2015 Dora Award-Outstanding Choreography Musical/Opera), Man of La Mancha, The Drowsy Chaperone and The Ladies Foursome (Globe Theatre), Next to Normal (Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre), Godspell (Theatre Sheridan), Johnny Belinda (Smile Theatre). Stephanie was the Director/Choreogarpher of Abegweit-The Soul of the Island at Atlantic Canada House and BC Place during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. She was also an Assistant Choreographer on So You Think You Can Dance Canada.

Stephanie is a graduate of Sheridan College's Music Theatre Performance Program and has trained at the National Ballet School, Carousel Dance Centre, Banff School of Fine Arts, Broadway Dance Centre (New York City), in London, England and Sydney, Australia. She has been on the faculty at Sheridan College, George Brown College, Randolph Academy and has guest-taught and adjudicated extensively across Canada. She guest teaches and coordinates a theatre-jazz class at Metro Movement in Toronto.