Long Trouble, Svaha Theatre Collective, Photo Credit: Ann Marley
The Seagull, EgoPo Classic Theater, Photo Credit: Dave Sarrafian
#theprocess Webseries Promotional Photos, Van.Martin Productions
A Midsummer Night's Dream Promotional Photos, Indecorous Theatre Productions, Photo Credit: VandotMartin Productions
Nothing to See Here Promotional Photos, Found Theater Company
Photo Credit: Harish Pathak
Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Iraqi Woman/Leper,
Photo Credit: Luis Fernando Photography
Othello, Desdemona, Photo Credit: Kara Milstein Photography
Nothing to See Here Trailer, Found Theater Company
Dorie Byrne, Phindie.com
"Stephanie Iozzia is a breath of fresh air as Mabel. She glows in a gorgeous costume by Michelle Mercier, and charms onstage with a natural flow to her lines."
Margaret Darby, Delco Culture Vultures
"Mabel (Stephanie Iozzia) portrays her innocent confusion when she is introduced to the Bishop of Armagh, Peter Lombard. She is shocked by the reality of being in a house of Papists who are planning to rebel against the Queen and, as a consequence, against her own brother."
Lew J. Whittington, The Huffington Post
"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)..."
Tim Dunleavy, DC Metro Theater Arts
"Savadove’s production emphasizes the humor in Schmidt’s translation, much of it supplied by...Iozzia’s glowering, black-clad Masha."
Kathryn Osenlund, Phindie
"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..."
Toby Zinman, Philly.com for The Inquirer
David Fox, Philly Mag
Mark Cofta, Broad Street Review
Nothing to See Here
Deb Miller, DC Metro Theater Arts
Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo
Joshua Millhouse, Phindie
JB Farley, Phindie
"Two of the best examples are the electric performances of...Stephanie Iozzia (perfect as Mother)."
Macbeth, Gentlewoman, Photo Credit: Luis Fernando Photography
Asylum, Mother, Photo Credit: Taylor Spicer