Celia Madeoy

Department of Drama

Associate Professor, Acting
Sam S. Shubert, Lee Shubert, and Milton Shubert Chair in the Theatre Arts

Celia Madeoy

Syracuse Stage/Department of Drama Theater Complex
820 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13210-1508

Celia Madeoy is an associate professor of voice and acting with the Department of Drama at Syracuse University and Syracuse Stage.

Madeoy has performed professionally with many League of Resident Theatres and Shakespeare festivals across the United States including The Shakespeare Theatre Company, Folger Theatre, The Acting Company, Guthrie Theater, Shakespeare & Company, Theatre J, The REV Theatre Company/Broadway in the Finger Lakes, Marin Theatre Company, Arizona Repertory Theatre, and The Blackfriars Playhouse at the American Shakespeare Center.  Her international Shakespeare training and performance includes voice work alongside Andrew Wade, Patsy Rodenburg, Giles Block, and distinguished directors and voice teachers of the Royal Shakespeare Company, British American Drama Academy, National Institute of Dramatic Art in Australia, Canada’s Moving Voice Institute in Toronto and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London.  She has written original work, directed and performed in several productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and been featured in leading roles at Syracuse Stage including Deb in "Elf, the Musical," for which she won a Syracuse Area Live Theatre (SALT) Award for Best Supporting Actress.  

Madeoy is a proud M.F.A. acting graduate of The Theatre School Conservatory at DePaul University in Chicago.


  • M.F.A., DePaul University
  • B.A., The American University


Acting, Voice-Verse, Accents and Dialects, Speech and Phonetics