Stephanie Holladay Earl

Guest Director/Choreography and Movement

Stephanie Holladay Earl has worked professionally as an actor, director, and choreographer for the last 15 years. She earned her BA in Theatre Performance and Dance from Greensboro College and her MFA
in Acting from The University of Houston PATP.

Stephanie began working as an actor and choreographer at the American Shakespeare Center in 2011. Roles at the ASC include Hermione in The Winter’s Tale; Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Olivia in Twelfth Night; Beatrice in Much Ado about Nothing; King Henry in Henry VI, Part 1; the Duchess in The Duchess of Malfi; and Mary in The Twelve Dates of Christmas. Other regional theatre acting work includes credits from The Barter Theatre, Main Street Theatre Houston, and The Farm Theatre. She recently directed the 2017 production of A Christmas Carol and the 2017/18 Wicked Folly Tour/2018 Spring Season production of Sense and Sensibility by Emma Whipday.

Directing credits include The Emperor’s New Clothes (The Barter Theatre), The Amazing Adventures of the Marvelous Monkey King (Main Street Theater), Sunday on the Rocks (University of Houston), and Big Love and Macbeth (Randolph College).

Her work as a choreographer has been seen by audiences at The Barter Theatre, Greensboro College, Greensboro Children’s Theatre, The Farm Theatre, Milligan College, Randolph College, and Main Street Theatre. Stephanie is also an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Randolph College in Lynchburg.