"When Goff unleashes her powerhouse vocals, passion and pathos explode through every corner of the arena."
On-Camera Narration and Voiceover:
Stephanie's work as an on-camera narrator/presenter and voiceover artist has been used by Volvo, Amazon, Lowes, and DuPont. Her projects span the US, Canada, and Mexico.
The Girl in 14G by Jeanine Tesori
Photos: (Stage and Film)
Stephanie Goff is a singer, actress, and voiceover artist based in the Midwest. Stephanie's on-camera narration and voiceover projects span the US, Canada, and Mexico.
A classically trained singer, Stephanie has performed with the Cedar Rapids Opera Theatre, the Pensacola Opera, and as a soloist with the Northwest Florida Orchestra, the Pensacola Chamber Orchestra, and Orchestra Iowa in conjunction with TCR.
Film credits include the feature films Journey to the End of the Night(Supporting) and Amelia 2.0(Featured); short films The Bridge(Supporting), Redemption(Supporting), Strawberry Smoothie(Lead/co-writer), Ten Years Strong(Lead), Light From Other Days (Supporting), and Valory (Supporting/VO).
Recent stage credits include Chaplin (Oona O'Neal) with Revival Theatre Company, Robert Lindsey Nassif's Tesla and Gerard Estella's ATA Girls at Brucemore's Cabaret in the Courtyard, Sunday in the Park with George (Celeste #1) with Revival Theatre Company, and Speed DatingTonight! (Kaylee/Nosy Mother) with the Cedar Rapids Opera Theatre.
Previous credits include Saint-Saens Oratorio de Noel (Soloist) with the Cedar Rapids Concert Chorale, Rodgers and Hammerstein in Concert (Soloist) with Orchestra Iowa and TCR, Casey at at the Bat (Merry) with the Northwest Florida Symphony, The Music Man (Marian) with Orchestra Iowa and TCR, Annie Wittenmyer: Angel of the Civil War (Female Actor) with the Old Creamery Theatre, and the title role in Barab’s Little Red Riding Hood with the Pensacola Opera (Outreach).
Stephanie portrayed Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Papagena in The Magic Flute, Amahl in Amahl and the Night Visitors, and was a soloist in Handel’s Messiah, and Mozart’s Requiem.
Stephanie won first place in the Cedar Rapids Talent Fest, was employed with the Pensacola Opera as a frequent guest artist in Education Outreach performances, and was featured in Jim McDonough’s Spring Tour.
Stephanie continues her vocal studies with composer Robert Lindsey Nassif and New England Conservatory professor D’Anna Fortunato. She studied vocal performance at the University of Missouri Conservatory of Music and Dance, holds a music education endorsement, teaches private voice lessons, and coaches students to prepare them for competitions and auditions. Stephanie holds a B.A. from Graceland University and a M.Ed from the University of West Florida.