Stacy is the author of the four-book middle grade series Camp Rolling Hills, published by Abrams Books. The titles include Camp Rolling Hills, Crossing Over, Breakout! and Freefall. Stacy is also the author of the Hanazuki chapter book series, three original stories based in the world of Hasbro's Hanazuki: Full of Treasures on YouTube.
Most recently, Stacy co-authored a middle grade novel with Tony Award- winning actress, Ali Stroker, titled The Chance to Fly, about a Broadway superfan who uses a wheelchair and the summer she defies expectations - and gravity - in her town's production of Wicked. It's been an Amazon Bestseller, #1 New Release, and Editor's Pick; and has been featured on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Tamron Hall Show, Parents Magazine, The Associated Press, New York Live, Broadway World, Kirkus Reviews Magazine, Story Monsters Ink Magazine, and Lollipop Theater Network.
Stacy has had plays developed regionally and internationally. Her full-length plays include THE RUBBER ROOM (Old Vic, London; Naked Angels), PINK! (NYIT Nominee; Lark Finalist; Wesleyan), SACRED WATER (Rag and Bone; Fundamental Theater Project), and MIRACLE VILLAGE (Shakespeare’s Sister Semifinalist; Leah Ryan FEWW Finalist).
Her co-written musicals include HANK & GRETCHEN (produced in schools regionally), CAMP ROLLING HILLS (NYMF; Center Stage; Hoboken Children's Theater; produced in schools and camps regionally), and ONE DAY (Big Block Entertainment). Her short plays have been produced at/through The Flea, Sam French OOB Festival, Williamstown, NYMadness, Amios, Naked Radio, NYMF, etc.
Published by Broadway Play Publishing, Indie Theater Now, Steele Spring Stage Rights, and YouthPLAYS.
Stacy's indie feature IN THE RUBBER ROOM was optioned by All The Way Around Productions in NYC. She is currently being commissioned by Initiative 26 to adapt IN THE RUBBER ROOM to a television series. Stacy is also working on a musical television series with Michael Sottile titled INAPPROPRIATE.
EDUCATION: Tufts University, B.S.; Columbia University, MFA in Acting.
“Unique, inspirational, and full of heart. Ali Stroker and Stacy Davidowitz will make readers laugh, cry, and teach them the true meaning of defying gravity.”
— CHRIS COLFER, New York Times bestselling author and Golden Globe winning actor
“An example of what is possible. I only wish that The Chance to Fly was written when I was a teenager.”
— JUDITH HEUMANN, International Disability Rights Activist
“This book reminds everyone that it is a beautiful thing to be different and to be passionate.”
— SOPHIA GENNUSA, Tony Honored Actress for her title role in Matilda
“The perfect read for any dream chaser . . . You’ll realize how unlimited your possibilities are.”
— KRISTIN CHENOWETH, Tony and Emmy Award winning actress and singer
“Bolstered by realistic dialogue and Nat's engaging internal narrative, this endearing novel will entrance a new generation of theater lovers and charm older ones with its allusions to beloved shows.”
— PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, **STARRED REVIEW**
“The authors know their stuff—Tony-Award winner Stroker was the first wheelchair user to be cast in a Broadway play, and Davidowitz is a playwright—and it shows. Fun, honest, and uplifting: applause!”
— KIRKUS REVIEWS