You can also find Stephanie performing around NYC with her two Improv teams "Hot Milk" and "Bigfoot Slaps".
Stephanie Windland is a New York City based actor, singer, and people watcher. She attended the Professional Performing Arts High School in Midtown Manhattan and received her BA in Musical Theater and Communication Studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Upon graduating, she received the "Outstanding Achievement in Theater" award for her work both onstage and off as founder and artistic director of the student run theater organization, Fairleigh Dramatics. She's since performed in the national childrens tour of Miss Nelson is Missing and originated the role of Robin in My Mother, My Sister, and Me at the Bickford Theater in Morristown. She often performs at Columbia University as well as in readings and short plays in the New Jersey area.
Other than performing, Stephanie's main priorities are her family, friends, traveling, and cupcakes. She feels strongly that the funniest option is always the best option and can have a conversation about curly hair products for at least two hours with just about anyone. She believes the coolest thing about her is that she was born and raised in NYC. She also really hates writing bios and talking in the third person.