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Stacie Williams



Stacie was born and raised in Northern California, coming out to Milwaukee in 1998 to see what it was like to live in freezing temps, shovel snow and watch the seasons change. She has been involved in theatre off and on since childhood, dreaming of some day performing at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland. She met up with filmmaker Ross Bigley in early 2002 when a friend thought of her as appropriate for the role of a prostitute that gets killed by a demon in The Dirty Job 4: The Tale Of Ralphie Kleinman. As she loves working with Ross, she has forgiven her friend for this and is now grateful to him.

Stacie's experience has been primarily on the stage. She has been lucky enough to participate in four weekends of Combat Theatre, including The Best Of Combat Theatre. . .So Far. Her favorite shows are anything Shakespeare. Principal roles from her hometown of Antioch, California include You Can't Take It With You, A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Ugly Duckling. Also in California, Stacie played various enjoyable character roles. She has also participated behind the scenes in various shows as House Manager, Costume Assistant and with general crew work.

Since moving to Milwaukee, Stacie has continued to perform, although sporadically, on the stage. She had principal roles in student performances at UWM in Vanities, Hamlet, and "English Made Simple" & "Foreplay" from All In The Timing. She also had the pleasure of being directed by the Boulevard Theatre's beloved director, Mark Bucher, in Quorum in Spring of 2001. Stacie spent time with the Modjeska Theatre Co. in 2001 as the diction coach for their Fall production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Principal roles with the Village Playhouse of Wauwatosa (VPW) in 2002 (Mark Clarks Heart) and 2004 (Here and There) brought her awards for Best Lead Actress in each of those years while a character role in Rhinelander Circus in 2003 won her an award for Best Featured Actress. After taking on the highly satisfying and fulfilling Laramie Project, which was performed at the 2004 Pride Fest, Stacie and a few other fellow VPW regulars began the road to AACTFest 2005 with Two Rooms. They won State, moving on to regionals with Stacie taking with her an award for Excellence in Supporting Acting.

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