Stephanie Lynge

January 2013

Almost an MFA now!  I am working with the fabulous Hippodrome Theater in Gainesville as an Assistant Director for their shows this spring, Leveling Up and The Tempest.  I am loving my time behind the table, and I’m looking forward to the summer when I will be treading the boards again (details coming soon).

August 2011

A Brand New Adventure:
After teaching at several Universities, I have decided to go back to school and get my MFA in Acting from the University of Florida.  This should be quite the adventure and I am so looking forward to working in this new environment.  See you all on the other side.


After taking a year to refocus, I am off and running in 2011.  Let me explain.  No, there is too much.  Let me sum up :)

I was very excited to direct ANCIENT HISTORY by David Ives at the 45th St Theater in January.  It was a short run, but was well received and we hope to find a new home for the production this spring.  Stay tuned for updates!

I am still teaching at NJCU as an Adjunct Professor in the Musical Theater Dept and having a great time.  In addition, I have reopened my Private Voice Studio here in the city, and am taking new students for voice lessons and coachings.

Finally, what you have been asking for.  I am offering my Workshops on Auditioning Technique and Business of the Biz this spring here in the city and at several area colleges.  Check out my new page, Business of the Biz, for more information.

I am keeping busy working on multiple readings and workshops of new works (in addition to being a reader for NYMF) and I’m looking forward to some (unconfirmed) upcoming projects that should be so much fun. Stay tuned!


Well, after a great run with the National Tour of Mamma Mia and a wonderful Fall teaching Acting and Auditioning at Indiana University, I am finally back in NYC and glad to be home. Look for me in staged readings over the next few months in the city, including Things As They Are, a musical based on the life of Dorothea Lange.  It's a great way to start 2010! 


After a great run with the National Tour of Mamma Mia, I have retired my spandex (for now) and traded in my traveling shoes for a classroom. This fall I am teaching as an adjunct professor at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.  I'm teaching in the Theater and Drama Department (where I graduated from an undisclosed amount of years ago) and having a ball. This new adventure is for the fall semester only, so I will be back on stage in 2010. See you then.

Hi everyone!

I am currently out traveling the country (and Canada) on the 2nd National Tour of Mamma Mia and it's been great! Favorite cities so far:  Seattle, Memphis, Vancouver and DC. Coming up, Honolulu!!!!! Click the logo for more information from the Mamma Mia Official Website.