Adjunct Professor, Dance
Stacy is the Owner/Director of the ZPAC Company and ZPAC-Stacy Zawadzki’s Performing Arts Center, LLC. She is also an independent Director/Choreographer for many local Production Companies, local and New York City Productions, a theatre and Dance Adjudicator, and a Fitness Assessor/ Instructor with BWI Health and Promotions. She received MFA-Magna Cum Laude from the University of Buffalo. Stacy has been a member of the Buffalo Contemporary Dance Company, Marie-Christine Giordano Dance Company, where she was reviewed in The New York Times, Alpha Omega Dance Company, New Dance Collective Dance Company and the Zodiaque Dance Company. Professional credits include: Sandra D. in “Grease,” the Hyena Ed in the “Lion King,” Dancer in “Pocahontas" in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, a dancer in the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Show in the British Virgin Islands, a principle dancer in "Aida and Carmina Burana,” a dancer in "Chess," and "Anything Goes" in Buffalo, a dancer in the DVD productions “Jazzmania”, a dancer at World Veteran Games and World University Games. She was honored from the New York State Tany’s Theatre Association, Artie awards and Kennys Awards for her choreography. She has choreographed at SUNY Buffalo, Canisius College, Brooklyn College, and Niagara University Dance Theatre. Stacy also has choreographed for Music Is Art Festival under the direction of Robbie Tacak of the Goo Goo Dolls, Irish Classical Theatre, Elmwood Art Festival, Zodiaque Dance Company, American College Dance Festival, New Dance Collective, Young Choreographer’s Showcase, Dancer’s Workshop and “So You Think You Can Dance Western New York” and Walt Disney World “Magic Music Days”. Stacy and the ZPAC Company have been scouted for a private audition for the TV Show “America’s Got Talent.” Stacy’s concepts and choreography has also been aired and seen on the “X Factor”, asked to compete on “Dance Mom’s Seasons 2, 3, 4, 5”, and Stacy had her own show on the Carnival Cruise Line “Ecstacy”. Her company was asked to perform at Hawaii’s “75th Anniversary of the Pearl Harbor Parade”. Stacy currently can be seen as a soloist on a commercial demo spot aired by the TCT network and can be viewed on its local affiliate, WNYB TV 26. Stacy’s biography can also be seen in the “Who’s Who of American Women of 2007 through to 2016”, “Who’s Who In America” and “Who’s Who in the World 2009 through to 2017”.