Stephanie Street

For the Royal Court: The Djinns of Eidgah, Rough Cuts, Behind the Image, Shades.

Other theatre includes: Quiz (Chichester Festival Theatre/West End); Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Nightwatchman (Nominated for a WhatsOnStage Award for Best Solo Performance), King James Bible: Gospel According to John (National Theatre); Constellations (Singapore Repertory Theatre); The Big Fellah, Mixed up North (Out of Joint); Sisters (Sheffield Crucible); On the Beach / Resilience (The Bush); Sweet Cider (Arcola); Not the End of the World (Bristol Old Vic); Indenture (Talawa Theatre Company); The Scarecrow and his Servant (Southwark Playhouse); Iraq Innit (Paines Plough at the Trafalgar Studios); Vagina Monologues (Mark Goucher Limited).

As a playwright, her work includes: Dragonflies at SIFA 2017 and adaptations of Wuthering Heights (The Ambassadors) and Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist (The Finborough/The Yard). Her first play, Sisters, re-opened the Sheffield Crucible Studio in 2010.

Television Includes: Master of None, Vera, Hank Zipzer, Holby City, Silk, DCI Banks, Lewis, Hens, Bring the House Down, Monday Monday, Apparitions, Never Better, Eastenders, Primeval, Commander III, Soundproof, Heavenly Father, NY-LON, 20 Things to do before you’re 30, Doctors, Red Cap, The Last Detective.

Radio Includes: Whose Sari Now, Legacy, Westway.

Film includes: Attack the Block.

Stephanie is a Trustee and founder member of Act for Change campaigning for representative diversity in the industry, a Trustee for the National Student Drama Festival, a columnist for The Stage and on the Board at Chichester Festival Theatre.

Stephanie trained at Cambridge University and LAMDA.