Stephanie Cox-Williams began her collaboration with Nosedive Productions as Stage Manager on Mayonaise Sandwiches in 2004. Shortly after, she was given the title of Company Manager of Nosedive Productions. She has been an artist of some sort her whole life. Best described as a “jane” of all trades in art, she has gone from amateur modeling when she was very young, to dancing, drawing, writing, singing, playing instruments or performing in some way. She attended McMurry University where she received her BA in Theatre with a minor in music, a Musical Theatre Conservatory degree from AMDA and a Masters of Art in Educational Theatre from NYU.
She has performed in over 30 productions since high school. Most recent acting highlights include: Louisa - The Fantasicks, Robin – Godspell, Louka – Arms and the Man, Ensemble – Trailers, Grandma Blood – Blood Brother's present….Pulp and almost every female role in A Very Nosedive Christmas Carol. She has been a part of various music projects, which included work with Scott Lee Williams, AJ Cope, Michael Wolfson, Eddie Lee Priest and Raymond Daniel Medina. She has had the pleasure of expanding her theatre work with such groups as Vampire Cowboys, Stolen Chair, Stone Soup, Royal Circus and the Living Room Artists (as part of the Summer Play Festival). Her various back stage titles in theatre have included – Prop Mistress, Box Office Manager, Costume Designer, Mask Creator, Special Effects Creator, Blood Specialist, Assistant Stage Manager, Stage Manager, Producer, Assistant Director and Director. Most recent directing credits include: "Bugs In My Skin" - Blood Brother's present….Pulp, "Lights Out" - Blood Brother's present…Grand Guignol, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.