Stephen Alan Seder
Assistant Professor of Theatre, Non-Tenure-Track
Main Hall 315B
Stephen is an interdisciplinary theatre and media artist who focuses on performance creation, dialect training, somatic engagement, immersive design, and storytelling. He has upheld a versatile career for over 10 years and continues to maintain a vibrant creative practice in both theatre and film.
Previously, Stephen was a technical director and adjunct instructor for Carroll College. For 6 years, he performed with the Illustrious Virginia City Players and functioned as their company stage manager and designer. He has also worked for companies such as the Myrna Loy Center, Helena Theatre Company, Grandstreet Theatre, Blue Slipper Theatre, Billings Studio Theatre, and Gateway Playhouse. Some of his prior work in film includes A24’s The Ballad of Lefty Brown, TEDxCarrollCollege, and Laura, Lost winner of the 2016 ToHorror Film Festival in Italy.
Stephen earned his Master of Fine Arts from Goddard College where he studied Interdisciplinary Arts. His praxis in performance creation explores the intersections of somatic engagement, social justice, feminism, disability, and trauma.