About Stephanie DiMaggio
Stephanie recently appeared in the revival of Stephen Adly Guirgis' Jesus Hopped The A Train at the Signature Theatre (dir. Mark Brokaw) and before that was seen opposite Nick Offerman in the Huntington Theatre Company's world premiere of A Confederacy of Dunces, the Steven Soderbergh produced stage adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize Winning novel, directed by David Esbjornson.
Previous stage credits include: Broadway: A Free Man of Color by John Guare, directed by George C. Wolfe. Off-Broadway: Love's Labour's Lost (The Public Theater / dir. Karin Coonrod), Exile (The Cherry Lane/ Dir. Lisa Peterson), 17 Orchard Point (Co-Author & Actor / The Beckett). Regional: Italian American... (Long Wharf Theatre/Dir. Eric Ting ), All My Sons (The Huntington Theatre Company/Dir. David Esbjornson), Bloody Mary (Dir. Stephen Brackett), Haroun... (Dir. Evan Cabnet) both at Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Her TV and Film appearances include: "The Good Wife" (CBS), "Person of Interest" (CBS), "Rubicon" (AMC), "Cupid" (ABC), "Law and Order" (NBC), "The Kosher Cucina" (Web-series) and the films The First Born and Generation Um, starring Keanu Reeves.
As a writer, her play 17 ORCHARD POINT (co-author) had its world premiere Off-Broadway in 2014 staring Tony-Award Winner Michele Pawk, directed by Stella Powell-Jones. In Winter 2018, Stephanie's play LEVITY premiered at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center. Her other plays have been developed at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Atlantic Theater Co. and the Big Sky Theater Workshop. Her co-authored screenplay, TOTALLY BRILLIANT, is currently in development.
Stephanie received her B.A in Theater from Fordham University at Lincoln Center, where she now serves on the acting faculty, and her MFA from NYU Graduate Acting Program.