September, 2020 Steph is thrilled to be part of this immense project and labor of love brought to you by Revolution Shakespeare. Over 50 artists came "together" to adapt and perform Shakespeare's sonnets. Now available through October 4th! https://www.revolutionshakespeare.org/154-revisited
August, 2020 +Happy to announce that I'll be playing Elizabeth in America's Favorite Feminist, by Keenya Jackson, directed by Elise D'Avella as part of the Philadelphia Women's Theatre Festival. Click here for tickets to our Thursday, August 20th show at 8pm! "Minnie and Elizabeth are the final contestants on America’s newest reality TV show America’s Favorite Feminist. The winner will receive her own day time TV show, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and…. a congressional chair. As they compete in the final challenges (which are related to both the Negro suffrage and the Women’s suffrage movements), it is revealed just how difficult those who came before them had it and how much farther we have to go to true equality in America."
+I am so grateful to be featured alongside 109 other artists who I respect, admire and call dear friends in Revolution Shakespeare's 154 Revisited. Coming to Philly Fringe on September 10th! Free to watch and any donations will be given to an organization, tba! Click here on September 10th to watch Shakespeare's sonnets adapted and re-imagined.
April, 2020 Tune in this Sunday, April 19th from 5-7 to watch the Artists in Place Sunday Fun-day Variety Show! I'll be performing a scene with my roommate, Matt McWilliams written by Bonnie Baldini. Follow the Artists in Place Facebook page to join us for this showcase of local artists and their work!
March, 2020 Our show closed early due to the pandemic, check back soon for production photos!
December, 2019 +Excited to announce to be working with the Irish Heritage Theatre again in their upcoming production of The Steward of Christendom as Annie. Stay tuned for more details!
+Join me this Sunday, December 15th at 3:30 for a fun and festive abridged reading of A Christmas Carol--I'll be the one trying to breathe through the Dickensian sentence structure/getting my spook on with the spirits. Tickets can be found here!
+Video of me singing, "How Could I Ever Know" from The Secret Garden at a recent voice recital coming soon!
September, 2019 Performing Richard III with yet another powerful female-bodied ensemble, in Christ Church Burial Ground no less, was one for the books. Thank you to our very generous and mostly oversold audiences for braving the elements with us! Stay tuned for pictures and clips from the show coming soon!
March, 2019 Rehearsals are in full swing! What sad fun this process has been so far. There will be music, laughs & real talk. Catch us at Headhouse Farmer's Market on one of the below dates! May 8 @ 7pm May 9 @ 7pm May 10 @ 7pm May 11 @ 2pm & 7pm May 12 @ 7pm May 16 @ 7pm May 17 @ 7pm
January, 2019 Steph is very excited to share that she's been cast in Brecht's Mother Courage (in a translation from Tony Kushner) with Subscension Theatre as Yvette this spring--more info coming soon!
September, 2018 What a pleasure Long Trouble was. Check out the photos by Ann Marley in Photos tab!
June, 2018 +What a soul-filling day of collaborative theater Directors Gathering JAM 2018 was! Endless gratitude to director Kalif Troy, producers Christina May and Phoebe Schaub and JAM Creator Pirronne Yousefzadeh. Photos of the day coming soon!
+Steph is so excited to be playing the often misunderstood and complex Anne Boleyn in Svaha Theatre Collective's adaptation of All Is True by Shakespeare and Fletcher, entitled Long Trouble. Stay tuned for more details but the show will be coming atcha this September!
May, 2018 Rehearsals are in full swing and you can grab tickets here! Join us for this all too too relevant, wild ride. Contact me for exclusive access to a discount code!
February, 2018 Steph is thrilled to announce that she'll be playing The Maid in Eugene Ionesco's The Lesson with the kind folks at Theatre Contra. The show is set for July--stay tuned for details!
November, 2017 Steph is so honored to announce that The Seagull won the Barrymore Award for Outstanding Overall Production of a Play. Thom Weaver's set for The Seagull won the award for Outstanding Scenic Design and EgoPo Classic Theater took home the June and Steve Wolfson Award for an Evolving Theatre Company. A wonderful night of love, gratitude and celebrating the incredible artists and work that comprise Philly theater.
September, 2017 Tickets for Iphigenia at Aulis are going fast! Tickets remain for Monday 9/18, Tuesday 9/19 & Thursday 9/21 and you can get them here!
August, 2017 +Steph is so honored that EgoPo Classic Theater's The Seagull was nominated for several Barrymore Awards, including Outstanding Overall Production of a Play and Outstanding Ensemble in a Play. View full list here!
+Steph is pleased to announce that she is the music coordinator for and half of the two-woman, singing chorus in PAC's Iphigenia at Aulis and rehearsals have been going very well! Catch it on the USS Olympia starting September 7th--tickets here.
June, 2017 +Music from Found Theater Company's Nothing to See Here is here in album form! Look out for it here on bandcamp soon, but in the mean time check out other Found sounds there!
+Steph is pleased to announce that she'll be singing in a new comedic film short by Van.Martin Productions. Stay tuned for more details!
May, 2017 We open "Making History" on the 25th! Read more about the show and get your tickets here! Industry tickets are available every night!
March, 2017 Steph is so excited to announce that her next project will be playing real-life Countess Mabel Bagenal in Brian Friel's Making History through the Irish Heritage Theatre. The show premiers at the end of May-more info to come!
February, 2017 Thanks so much to Lew J. Whittington from The Huffington Post for the wonderful review and kind words: "Stephanie Iozzia keeps a razor sharp disillusioned Masha and plays one of the best comic drunk scenes of this or any other season."
"'I’m in mourning for my life' intones Masha (played with seething cynicism by Stephanie Iozzia)..." Thanks to Kathryn Osenlund from Phindie for the lovely review and words: "Astute casting has resulted in a stage populated by skilled actors who know how to build a character. Chekhov’s eccentrics shine anew...Stephanie Iozzia’s Masha..."
Thanks to Tim Dunleavy from DC Metro Theater Arts for the great review and words: "Savadove’s production emphasizes the humor in Schmidt’s translation, much of it supplied by...Iozzia’s glowering, black-clad Masha."
Another lovely review of The Seagull, for The Philadelphia Inquirer through Philly.com here! Thanks to Toby Zinman.
Well, we're officially open, folks! What a beautiful process and privilege this has been. The Seagull at EgoPo Classic Theater runs until the 19th! Tickets are selling fast, get yours here: http://www.egopo.org/seagull
October, 2016 Steph is so excited to announce that her new tongue-in-cheek webseries #theprocess by Van.Martin Productions is now live on Funny or Die! Check it out every Thursday here: http://www.funnyordie.com/theprocess
"Challenging, inspired, uniquely entertaining, and affecting, the unmatched artistry of Found Theater Company’s ensemble-devised experimental performance bombarded our senses, eliciting immediate visceral responses and profound cerebral reflections. The haunting sound and music of the company’s indelible signature style transported us to an alternate reality in exquisite dreamlike fragments by the performers/creators/co-directors, who skillfully fashioned an intriguing, perplexing, illusory world. This is the epitome of true ensemble work, with each member contributing equally and immensely."
June 29th, 2016 Steph is so honored and so thrilled to say that she's been cast as Masha in EgoPo Classic Theater's production of The Seagull by Chekhov! She's long-admired this amazing company and can't wait to continue working on this beautiful character. The show runs February 1st-February 19th. http://www.egopo.org/
June, 2016 Steph continues to rehearse with Indecorous Theatre Productions in A Midsummer Night's Dream as Peter Quince and Hippolyta. Join the midsummer madness August 4th-7th at the Spring Garden Community Gardens on Wallace St.! Tickets at the door.
December, 2015 Steph is very honored and excited to announce that she will be a part of Found Theater Company's inaugural spring production. She truly can't wait to begin working with these talented artists. Stay tuned for more details as the show continues developing! Visit the company here: http://www.foundtheatercompany.com/
September, 2015 Steph had a wonderful time serving as the House Manager for Found Theater's 2015 Fringe show, City of Woes. Check out the incredible, Philly-favorite company here: http://www.foundtheatercompany.com/
July, 2015 Steph will reprise her roles as Juliet and Silvius in the Wo(men) in Shakespeare Project, directed by Cheryl Williams and assisted by Eric Kramer and Linnell Truchon in just over a week! Performing August 1st @ the Asian Arts Initiative as part of the inaugural Philadelphia Women's Theatre Festival. Seating at 1:45 for a 2 pm performance. For more info and tickets, please visit https://www.artful.ly/philadelphia-women-s-theatre-festival/store/events/6475
Photos from Long Ago and Far Away... and links to media coming soon!
June, 2015 After closing Paul Rudnick's Valhalla at the beginning of May with Tempest in a Teapot Co., Steph is looking forward to her first post-grad show. She's honored to announce that the Wo(men) in Shakespeare Project: An Exploration of Love, which she helped mount at Temple University in April has been accepted to the inaugural Philadelphia Women's Theatre Festival. Come share in the Shakespeare and see her reprise Juliet and Silvius August 1st at the Asian Arts Initiative! More details soon!
April, 2015 4/3 Press release for Long Ago and Far Away...: Tracking the saga of the human condition from the dawn of time to the end of the world, can two actors tell the complete story of human history within the confines of a Philadelphia Row Home? Join us on a journey through time and story, from the first man and woman to the last, as we tell the epic, intimate, romantic, and ridiculous true fairy tale of the human race.
Running April 17th, 18th and 19th at 8 pm in South Philly To reserve tickets or for more information, contact Steph at firstname.lastname@example.org
March, 2015 3/21 Steph is pleased to announced that the devised piece she's working on, "Long Ago and Far Away", which explores two humans over seven ages, will be performing April 17th, 18th and 19th in South Philly. Check back for more information!
3/8 After months of collaborating with other Philadelphia-based artists, Steph is very excited to announce that she is now officially a founding ensemble member and Marketing Coordinator of Diana, a new theater company which "champions women", among many other things. The website launched today--come check out this new company at www.dianatheatre.org!
February, 2015 A new year to accompany new projects! Steph will be appearing in a play with some wonderful collaborators. Details to come soon!
October, 2014 Steph is in the process of collaborating on a devised piece, which will be going up in the spring. More details to come!
September, 2014 Steph just appeared in the Philadelphia premier of Rajiv Joseph's Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. The show was a part of the 2014 Philadelphia Fringe Festival as well as Temple Theaters' 2014 Mainstage Season. She only spoke Arabic in the show, which was a wonderful challenge!Sunday Fun-day Variety Show