Assistant Professor of Voice, Associate Head, M.F.A. Acting
Stacey Cabaj is an award-winning performer, voice and speech specialist, and teacher. She is a certified instructor of the Meisner Approach to Acting and an official instructor of the Vibrant Voice Technique®.
Before joining the faculty of the School of Theatre in 2014, she held teaching appointments at: The University of Pittsburgh, where she served as the Acting Director of the MFA in Performance Pedagogy Program; Point Park University’s Conservatory of Performing Arts; and Virginia Commonwealth University. She holds an MFA in Theatre Pedagogy (Voice and Speech) from Virginia Commonwealth University and a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from the Boston Conservatory. She is a member of ACHME, MTAP, SETC, VASTA, and dialectcoaches.com.