Stacy was born and raised in a scientific, artsy family in Redlands, California. In high school, she and her twin sister joined the drama department their freshman year to do props for a musical... "It would be easy!" their friend said! And there started their lifelong involvement in theatre.
In Los Angeles, she continued to work in theatre, ranging from the Long Beach Playhouse to Opera Santa Barbara, and everything in between. Stacy was the Assistant Technical Director and Production Manager at the Norris Center/Palos Verdes Performing Arts for nine and a half years.
In 2017 Stacy and her twin sister started a podcast called Twins Talk Theatre. You can find the page and podcast linked above.
The Rose Center Theatre in Westminister
August 17th - 26th, 2018
Born in Guangzhou, China in 1949, James Chiao is a composer, opera singer, mannequin business owner and designer, recent MFA graduate of CalArts music program, loving husband, and proud father of two. One day in 1998, James was traveling with his family in a redwood forest in northern California. He was so enchanted by the natural wonders before his eyes that he could not resist singing “O Sole Mio”. James’ father, Fei Chiao, a famous Cantonese composer, was surprised to hear his untrained son sing out. He enthusiastically told James, “You should be a TENOR!”e
East West Players at the David Henry Hwang Theater
Oct 18th - Nov 11th, 2018
Vietgone spins a modern twist on the classic boy-meets-girl story: Quang and Tong are refugees fleeing the Vietnam War, who hook up and fall in love in a relocation camp in Arkansas. Bold, and fearless, Vietgone takes audiences on a hilariously rip-roaring ride across 1970s America with a hot soundtrack that serves up hip-hop, sass, and revolution. Generous support for this production is provided by the S. Mark Taper Foundation Endowment for East West Players.