Regina C. Stoneham
Regina fell in love with musical theatre when she was eight years old and her life was changed forever! In High School she was actively involved in theatre, show choir, All-State choir, and community theatre. Regina went on to receive a full music and theater scholarship to Butler and continued to study music and theatre in college.
Regina has worked and collaborated with some outstanding American playwrights and directors, such as Mark Medoff (“Children of a Lesser God”), Edward Albee (“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf”), Nick Flynn (“Being Flynn”), and Dr. Sidney Berger, renowned director of the Houston Shakespeare Festival.
In addition to directing such plays as The Happy Elf, Next To Normal, Question of Mercy, Mahalia, and Alice In Wonderland, some of Regina’s acting performances include leads in Violet, The Wizard of Oz, Guys and Dolls, South Pacific, Ruthless, Secret Garden, Godspell, City of Angels, Fiddler On The Roof, Into The Woods, The Hands of Its Enemy, Daddy’s Dying Who’s Got The Will, Hamlet, The Laramie Project, Lavender and Old Lace, and Macbeth.
Her passion is to entertain, whether it’s making the audience laugh or moving them to think about life more deeply. Regina has fostered this passion in others, teaching private voice and piano lessons and musical theater classes. In her spare time Regina loves photography, art, and movies! She has an amazing husband and two awesome boys who are the loves of her life. Regina’s motto is: “Love, serve, and never ever give up on yourself and your dreams!”