Heidi Stubblefield

Heidi Stubblefield

Heidi Stubblefield, actor/creator, is a Kansas City, Kansas native. She received undergraduate training in Theatre at the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, KS and went on to further study Physical Theatre and Ensemble Theatre at the Dell' Arte International School of Physical Theatre in Blue Lake, California. Since returning to Kansas City, Heidi has performed with many theatre companies in the KC area, including the Kansas City Rep, Unicorn Theatre, Coterie Theatre, American Heartland Theatre, and Actor's Theatre of Kansas City. She has toured nationally with the Lawrence-based company Seem-to-Be Players. As a creator of original work she has created works for Princess Squid Productions, Byrd Productions, and the Coterie Theatre. Most recently, Heidi created and directed The Coppelia Project: a clown ballet in three acts as a commission by Accessible Arts. It was produced at the Kansas City Fringe Festival and had extended runs at the Off Center Theatre and Lawrence Arts Center.

Heidi is a Charlotte Street Foundation Outstanding Generative Artist Nominee and a recipient of the KC Arts Fund Inspiration Grant for further development of The Coppelia Project. This season she will create, direct, and perform in two shows for the Coterie Theatre as well as perform in two shows at The New Theatre. Heidi was also featured as an Emerging Artist by the Kansas City Star for her work with Arts in Prison, Inc., where she works with adult and juvenile inmates to write and perform original shows.

Heidi was very excited to be a part of the Kansas City production of Six, and looks forward to collaborating with Kyle and Chatterbox to generate work that is created and performed by inmates at adult correctional and youth detention facilities in the Kansas City Area.


Role   Show
Six (Live Version) ..................... Six