Stephanie Neuerburg is a Chicago-based actor, writer, and producer. She likes donuts, horses, and Carey Mulligan movies.
She is currently in Zoom rehearsals to play Lydia Bennett in Pride & Prejudice, directed by Lavina Jadhwani. Pre-pandemic, she was most recently seen portraying Anne Brontë in the Midwest premiere of Vision Productions' The Art of Sisters at the Mayslake Peabody Estate. She is also the producer and host of The Saddest Case of Celibacy in the West, a somewhat-educational and mostly-emotional ghost town road trip podcast, now available on iTunes, Spotify, and Stitcher.
Stephanie is a 2015 National Finalist for the John Cauble Outstanding Short Play award. Her work has been showcased at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC; the Oregon Shakespeare Festival; Ashland New Plays Festival; Eugene O'Neill's Tao House; and the Oregon Fringe Festival, amongst others.
Stephanie is currently producing
an unofficial audiobook of
Gail Carson Levine's
featuring a cast of over 20 voice actors, Stephanie reprises her 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival role in this recorded audiobook of the beloved young adult novel
chapters to be released on a rolling basis