Performing Arts
Stephanie  Hunt

Stephanie Hunt

Adjunct Professor, Theater Program

As a Core Member of the Bay Area theatre company, Word for Word, Stephanie has acted in numerous productions, including Upton Sinclair’s Oil! and Susan Glaspell’s A Jury of her Peers. For Word for Word, she directed the long-running production of Bullet in the Brain and Lady's Dream by Tobias Wolff, which played at the Magic Theatre and toured France. She has acted with Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Campo Santo, Aurora Theatre, Berkeley Shakespeare, the One Act Theater, and in New York at La Mama. For two years with Pulp Playhouse, Stephanie performed late-night comedy improv with O-Lan Jones and Micheal McShane. Her training includes an MFA from the American Conservatory and certification as an Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®. With her teaching, directing, and acting Stephanie seeks to affect social awareness and change using theater as joyous activism. Also, she is committed to creating and teaching ensemble-based theater with a focus on heightened language. 


 For the PASJ Department, Stephanie has taught Acting and Voice for Performance. In 2011, she directed Alice Munro’s The View from Castle Rock.