Miss Stephanie Ware
ACTRESS - SINGER - COMPERE - VOICE OVER ARTIST
Stephanie Ware graduated with a diploma in Acting from The Bridge Theatre Training Company in 2001. She excelled in clowning, comedy and physical theatre and for 3 years travelled the length and breadth of Spain and Portugal in a travelling clowning troupe teaching English through theatre to all ages. Upon her return to England she embarked on more clowning workshops and has since continued to create and regularly perform character comedy and musical comedy acts on the London cabaret circuit. Her quick wit and improvisation skills have steered her towards becoming a cabaret compere, and she has performed extensively in the UK, Europe and the UAE. She wrote HOW EVA VON SCHNIPPISCH WON WWII in early 2016. It is the life story of her most beloved character and her first musical. Since wowing audiences and winning the VAULT Festival Spirit Award IN 2020, Stephanie has now gone on to write and produce the sequel to that hit musical: HOW EVA VON SCHNIPPISCH SAVED HOLLYWOOD, which you can see this year at all the national fringe festivals. For over a decade she has also been lending her voice to a plethora of animation characters as a Lip-Sync Dubber for Audio Projects in Barcelona. You can currently hear her as Bailey the Elephant on the UK version of Jim Henson's WORD PARTY on Netflix.
Stephanie is represented by Edwin Lowe at 1 Artist's Agency
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Mansplaining: The Musical!
Broadway. 1931. No-nonsense, hard-working hoofer Ruby Garrett is in her dressing room preparing for curtain up.
The interruption from partner Louis can only be a good thing, right? Stephanie Ware takes centre-stage in this new short one-woman musical as part of the mighty One Festival which returns for the final time this January, with unforgettable stories, bold new writing and world premieres.
"Fred Astaire was great, but Ginger Rogers did everything he did...backwards and in high heels!"
Written by Mike Carter, performed by Stephanie Ware, directed by Saffron Myers, music by Colin Thorpe.
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