For three seasons, Stephanie was the Director/ Choreographer of the Young Company at the Charlottetown Festival. Quebec a la Carte was featured in 2008 and Abegweit-The Soul of the Island in 2009 and 2010. Stephanie traveled to Vancouver in to remount Abegweit-The Soul of the Island at Atlantic Canada House and BC Place where the show was performed and televised internationally during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. She has also directed and choreographed for ActingUp Stage’s much in demand One Song Glory program.
She choreographed a video in support of Princess Margaret Hospital and The Weekend to End Women’s Cancers, a foxtrot for the first annual Dancing with Canadian Celebs Fundraiser, a celebrity dance contest supporting Dancing with Parkinson's where she was partnered with Graham Abbey (CBC's The Border), as well as, the closing number for Heart and Music, a benefit to raise money for Ovarian Cancer research. She has choreographed many other concert dance pieces for benefits to aid charities: AIDS Action Perth, Canadian Cancer Society, YMCA Kids to Camp and the Actors' Fund of Canada.
She served as the choreography consultant on Rick Miller’s show Hardsell for CanStage and Parade with ActingUp Stage. Stephanie was the Assistant Choreographer for pre-production on the new musical Ha’Penny Bridge under Director/Choreographer, Donna Feore. She has also assisted on many theatre, film and television projects including Cadet Kelly with Hilary Duff.
She recently assistant directed Man of La Mancha with Max Reimer at the Globe Theatre. She was an Assistant Choreographer on the first two episodes of Season One of So You Think You Can Dance Canada and the Assistant to Donna Feore on Mulroney: The Opera and the independent feature, The Boy Who Smelled Like Fish and the world premiere of Yorkville-The Musical at the Blyth Festival. She has attended directing workshops at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, with the SDCF in New York City and with Directors Lab North.