ABOUT STACEY FLASTER
Stacey most recently directed Hair and Ragtime (Broadway World Award, Best Director and Best Musical) for Big Noise Theatre. She directed and choreographed the Jeff Award winning production of A Class Act for Porchlight Theatre. Stacey’s credits include Godspell, Little Shop of Horrors, The Wiz, Jesus Christ Superstar (Broadway World Award, Best Musical and Best Choreography), Footloose, Cats (Jeff Nomination, Best Choreography) and A Wonderful Life for Theatre at the Center; Joseph…Dreamcoat and Route 66 for Paramount Theatre; Married Alive for Metropolis Performing Arts Center; and Cabaret, Carousel and The Secret Garden for Music Theater Works (formerly Light Opera Works). As choreographer: Joseph… Dreamcoat (Jeff Nomination, Best Choreography-Theatre at the Center), Miss Saigon and Something’s Afoot (Drury Lane Oakbrook), Willy Wonka (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre); You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Marriott Theatre); I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Noble Fool Theatricals); The Spitfire Grill and Smoke on the Mountain (Provision Theatre); Master Harold…and the Boys (Steppenwolf Theatre); and Madame X (Alley Cat Productions). Stacey worked on the film The Dilemma, directed by Ron Howard.
Stacey has done choreography for TV on Sirens and two episodes of Patriot (Season One) on Amazon. Stacey has worked as a choreographer for Lunchables, ComEd, among others.
Stacey has also worked as a freelance casting director for Court Theatre and other major Chicago theatres. Stacey has cast major productions in Chicago, including: I Love Lucy Live, Shout: The Mod Musical, Unspeakable and Signs of Life.