Current Biography

Reagan Stone: Performer, Voice Teacher

Reagan Stone was most recently seen in a successful benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, Shakin' the Blues Away. Reagan received the 2006 Backstage Bistro Award for Outstanding Debut Cabaret for her show Somethin's Comin' (Y'all). Reagan has also established a voice studio in Manhattan and Long Island, and is a cantor at the Church of St. Aidan in Williston Park, New York.

Reagan Stone was seen in 2006 with her show I Love Luci! Reagan has performed in a double-billed show, One Hot Ticket for Two Great Shows, with her colleague and voice teacher, Marianne Challis, has had the opportunity to perform at the Cosmopolitan Club, and at the Lighthouse International in her cabaret, Pardon My Southern Accent. In addition, she has performed at The Encore, Don't Tell Mama and Danny's Skylight Room, to glowing reviews. In October 2003, Reagan was declared the "singular runner-up" in the award category of Best One Woman Show - Cabaret 2003 by ShowBusiness Weekly.

Reagan is a native of North Carolina, holding an undergraduate degree from the North Carolina School of the Arts and a Master of Music degree from The Hartt School in Connecticut.

Some of her regional theatre credits include the Fireside Dinner Theatre, Maine State Music Theatre, Downtown Cabaret Theatre, and the Monomoy Theatre. Regional opera credits include Connecticut Opera, Westchester Hudson Opera, and the Piedmont Opera.

Favorite roles include Magnolia in ShowBoat, Julie in Carousel, and Papagena in The Magic Flute. She also worked with Connecticut Opera's educational outreach program for several years, touring with Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel, Amahl and the Night Visitors and The Magic Flute.