Stephan Wolfert (Mrs. Bennet, Servant) [AEA, SAG] received his Master of Fine Arts degree from Trinity Rep Conservatory in Providence, RI in 2000. On Broadway, Stephan helped create the military segments for Twyla Tharp and Billy Joel’s Tony Award-winning Movin’ Out. A former member of the critically-acclaimed, award-winning off-Broadway theatre company, Bedlam, Stephan performed in their productions of Hamlet, Saint Joan, The Seagull, and Kate Hamill’s world premiere of Sense and Sensibility. Stephan’s critically-acclaimed, award-winning, off-Broadway solo show Cry Havoc! has been performed over 250 times for thousands of people in five countries. For his work as the founder of DE-CRUIT: treating trauma in military veterans through Shakespeare and science, Stephan has been published in the fields of both art and science, and lectures throughout the U.S., Canada, Australia, The Netherlands, and Italy. Stephan is also a member of the NYU think tank PACH (Project for the Advancement of our Common Humanity).