Steven Dennis

Steven Dennis directed Circle of Stones’ critically acclaimed production of Gilgamesh as well as performing Chiron in their award-winning production of The New Earth. He has worked as a stage and screen professional for over eighteen years. His television work includes two episodes of Enterprise, guest-star roles on NBC's Profiler, ABC's Miracles, The Young & The Restless, and a recurring role on Star Trek: Voyager. He's performed in several independent films including Inconvenience, which recently received best comedy award at the NY Independent Film Festival. Steven has appeared in over thirty equity stage roles at award-winning regional theaters and in New York, garnering critical acclaim from The New York Times and The Village Voice. Theaters include Hartford Stage, Rep of St. Louis, and the Cincinnati Playhouse in roles ranging from Eric Bogosian's solo Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll to Hamlet. Winner of the LA Weekly Award, he has directed in New York, LA and regionally. This past year he directed The Little Mermaid for the The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Sight Unseen for Centenary Stage company (named as a top ten NJ production by The Newark Star Ledger, and The Triumph of Love for ACT 1 at DeSales University (named as a best Lehigh Valley performance by The Morning Call). Steven has taught at University of Connecticut, Kent State, and co-directed LA's longest running acting school. He is founding artistic director of New Works Company, a fiscal sponsoree of The National Repertory Theatre Foundation. An MFA graduate of Mason Gross School of The Arts at Rutgers University, he currently serves as Associate Professor of Performing & Fine Arts at DeSales University, associate director of The Summer Theatre Institute, and artistic associate with The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival.