Stephanie Cabacoy

Director of Marketing and Interim Director of Development
Favorite Shakespeare Play:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Shakespeare character that best describes me:


Favorite Shakespeare Quote:

“Holy St. Francis!”

Favorite play that isn’t by Shakespeare:

Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand

All-Time favorite ASC moment:

The epic moment when Jacob Marley pops out of the trap during A Christmas Carol.




Stephanie Anne A. Cabacoy approaches all that she does with a passion for building strong meaningful relationships. As the Director of Marketing, Stephanie oversees group sales, manages the marketing and sales strategy, and serves as the main point of contact for community partnerships. Stephanie Cabacoy has masterfully heightened the American Shakespeare Center’s global presence, communicating the timeless enchantment of Shakespeare to audiences through captivating campaigns and innovative outreach.

In her dual roles, Stephanie, as the Interim Director of Development, takes great joy in being able to be part of the audience journey with ASC. From the patron’s first visit to their first donation to honoring and celebrating a planned gift, Stephanie takes immense pride in her commitment to community engagement. She has been instrumental in establishing partnerships with the Staunton Kindness Challenge, the Shenandoah Valley Juneteenth Organization, Mental Health of America, and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Stephanie also serves on the Staunton Tourism Advisory Board and collaborates with the Staunton Downtown Development Association.

Since joining ASC in 2014, she has continued to build bridges between both local and national organizations and the work being produced on the Blackfriars stage. Stephanie holds a Master of Arts in Arts Management from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from Mary Baldwin University. If you are interested in joining forces with American Shakespeare Center, reach out! Her door is always open or email her at