Stacey plays Mrs. Henderson, a NY mother with liberal boundary lines for her children, in the short family comedy film Carrington's Rules.
Stacey as "Sally Bowles" in Cabaret at Mason Street Warehouse.
"Yes, It's Love" - uptempo musical theatre
"The Night It Had To End" - musical theatre ballad
"How Did I End Up Here?" - contemporary musical theatre
"Fever" - sultry jazz
Stacey as "Fannie" in the National Yiddish Theatre-Folksbiene's off-Broadway production of The Golden Land, which was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Most Outstanding Revival of a Musical.

Stacey recently appeared as "Jane" in the new Gershwin musical 'S Wonderful at Westchester Broadway Theatre. This all singing, all dancing, musical revue features over 42 songs by the beloved Gershwin Brothers.

Burlesque To Broadway at The Millennium Theatre, Brooklyn, NY.

Stacey as the leading lady in the That's Life and the sequel, That's Life, Again at Florida Studio Theatre. These supper club style cabarets, featured the classic music of the Rat Pack and were "brought to present day by three cool cats and one brassy broad". (BroadwayWorld.com)

Stacey enjoyed her summer playing four fabulous leading ladies at the Lyceum Theatre in Arrow Rock, MO. Lyceum audiences saw Stacey as the seductive temptress, "Lola" in Damn Yankees, "Elsa" in the classic The Sound of Music, "Barbara" in the madcap British farce Run For Your Wife and "Lucia" in Agatha Christie's Black Coffee.

Stacey as "Anita" in West Side Story and as "Rose Alvarez" in Bye Bye Birdie.