Stephanie Bertumen

Stephanie Anne Bertumen is an actor and choreographer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has worked with several companies located within the Twin Cities’ vibrant arts community. Local credits include: Guthrie Theater: A Christmas Carol (Belle); Theater Latté Da: Bernarda Alba (Adela); Ten Thousand Things: The Winter’s Tale (Perdita); Theater Mu: Twelfth Night (Viola); and Theater Mu/Park Square Theatre: Flower Drum Song (Mei-Li), among others. Stephanie was in the U.S. premiere of Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, directed by Tony-nominated director Max Webster and presented by The Old Globe and Children’s Theatre Company in partnership with The Old Vic. Stephanie’s choreography has been on the stages of History Theatre, Old Log Theater, Artistry, the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program, and Chaska High School. 

In addition to plays and musicals of classic and contemporary stature, Stephanie’s experiences also encompass on-camera and voice-over work, having worked on projects with such companies as Twin Cities Public Television, Best Buy, and Lerner Publishing. Also a classically-trained soprano, she serves as a cantor at The Basilica of Saint Mary, the co-cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. 

Stephanie received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting from the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program. While in London during her third year of the Program she had the privilege of performing on Shakespeare’s Globe stage and taking theater classes both at The Globe and at the London International School of Performing Arts. Stephanie graduated summa cum laude with distinction and was named an Outstanding Senior within the University’s Department of Theatre Arts and Dance.

She’s grateful for her mentors…including Randy Reyes and the late Kenneth Washington…and also treasures the love of her amazing family. “Mom, thank you for being my best friend. I love you infinitely.” Stephanie Anne Bertumen is a proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association.