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Border War Reflections, 1855-1863

Stephanie Goodman has a flair for bringing historical characters to life on stage.

Stephanie has brought her tenacity for research and her gift for converting that research into an original theatrical production, Border War Reflections, 1855 – 1863.

Stephanie’s exhaustive research is skillfully presented in the heartbreaking true story of women caught in the dangerous skirmishes along the Missouri/Kansas border 150 years ago.

This historically accurate one-woman play, based upon first person accounts, tells the story of two women, Julia L. Lovejoy and Margaret Watt Hays who find themselves on opposite sides of the slavery issue during the pre Civil War, Border Wars.

Ms. Goodman’s ability to present complex characters, underscored with period music, and audience interactions makes her works appealing to children and adults and sets her apart in the genre of historical, theatrical drama!

 Stephanie Goodman has earned her MFA in dramatic performance at  the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music and her BFA in Theatre performance at the University of Florida

Stephanie is a multi-talented arts educator, actor and playwright whose honest and open rapport draws listeners to her.  Stephanie has worked as a director of theatre, teaches acting and directs in Center School District, has served as guest artist in school residencies, and (during the early 90’s) headed the acting division of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music’s Preparatory Department overseeing drama teachers and directing plays and musicals for 250 students ages 5 -18.  As an actor, her sincerity and charm permeate each performance. Stephanie’s ability to present complex characters, underscored with period music and audience interactions makes her works appealing to children and adults and sets her apart in the genre of historical, theatrical drama.

 

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