Celia Madeoy (Mrs. Fezziwig/Undertaker’s Woman) is on Performance and Voice Faculty with Syracuse University Department of Drama. Recent Syracuse Stage acting credits include Frances Flute in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Aunt Ev in The Miracle Worker. Prior to arriving in Syracuse, she enjoyed playing Mrs. Webb in Our Town, Joanne in Company, Grace in Bus Stop, and Josephine Strong in Urinetown at Rogue Theatre and Arizona Repertory Theatre. Celia has also appeared at other regional theatres including The Shakespeare Theatre Company, Folger Theatre, Shakespeare & Company, Theatre J, Round House Theatre, Marin Shakespeare, and at North Carolina and Virginia Shakespeare Festivals. She spent a one-year residency at the American Shakespeare Center playing with the resident company in the Blackfriars Playhouse as Lady Macbeth, Emilia in Othello, and Phoebe in As You Like It. She also played Katherina in The Taming of the Shrew at Shakespeare & Company for which she was named most outstanding actress of the Berkshires that season. Her classical training in Shakespeare performance includes voice work alongside Andrew Wade, Giles Block, Patsy Rodenburg and other distinguished directors and voice teachers of the Royal Shakespeare Company, British American Drama Academy, National Institute of Dramatic Art in Australia, and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London. Celia is a proud MFA acting graduate of The Theatre School Conservatory at DePaul University in Chicago.