Faculty

Felicity Stiverson

College Faculty:
Vocal Arts Related Studies: Second Year Performance Class

Felicity Stiverson is a choreographer, director, performer, and arts educator. Her work as a choreographer includes productions of West Side Story (Weston Playhouse, The Harbor Lights Theater Company), Turandot (New Orleans Opera), The Barber of Seville (Opera San Antonio), The Flying Dutchman (Virginia Opera), Music City Christmas (Nashville Symphony), Ring of Fire (Weston Playhouse), The Fantasticks (Weston Playhouse), Tenderly (Weston Playhouse), Really Rosie (Weston Playhouse), Nunsense (The Harbor Lights Theater Company), and The Phantom Tollbooth (Weston Playhouse). She choreographed Orpheus in the Underworld at Manhattan School of Music in the fall of 2021. In 2018 she was awarded a BroadwayWorld Regional  Award for “Best Choreography” for her production of West Side Story at Weston Playhouse.  In 2021 she was the resident choreographer at Weston Playhouse in Weston, Vermont.  Performing credits include the musical Hot Feet on Broadway, national and international tours of West Side Story, Grease, Steel Pier, Candide, and My Fair Lady, and numerous regional theater and opera productions. Felicity has danced on episodes of Boardwalk Empire, The Today Show, and 30 Rock, and can be seen in the movie Baby Mama.Felicity graduated magna cum laude with a BA in English literature from Barnard College, Columbia University.  She is also currently on the dance faculty at The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and Marymount Manhattan College.

Website: felicitystiverson.com