Making her debut with Childsplay, Liz is so excited to be performing in Arizona playing “Mother/Rosie” in a brand new play, Chato’s Kitchen. The show is a celebration of the barrio culture of East Los Angeles. Chato is a low-riding cool cat (as in “meow”). A family of mice moves in next door. Chato invites them over for dinner. The mice show up for dinner, only they bring a friend with them: a Dachshund named Chorizo. Four actors and numerous puppets are used to tell the story.
Liz is stoked to be performing the role of “Mariah” in the promising new musical, Model Citizens, written by Robert and Hayley Poole, directed by Tabatha Gayle. First, Liz was in the production with the Summer Fresh Festival, produced by Broad Views on Broadway and now the show is performing in the September edition of 4 x 15 and The Musical Theatre Factory!
Making her Seacoast Repertory debut in her dream show, Liz will be playing “Rosalia” in West Side Story in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Direction and choreography by Bryan Knowlton. Tickets available here.
Liz is thrilled to have been cast as “Tina” in the staged reading of the new musical, The Proust Virus. The show plays on video game tropes alongside philosophical ideas, exploring the idea of “what is life?” in the age of advancing computer intelligence, referencing Marcel Proust’s ideas of consciousness and identity.
Music and lyrics by Dan Furman and directed by Christopher Noffke.
Making her New Hampshire debut, Liz will be joining the cast of Ghost the Musical at Winnipesaukee Playhouse. Directed by Neil Pankhurst and choreographed by Bryan Knowlton.
Hop hop hurray! Liz is so excited to be back performing at Jenny Wiley Theatre again. This time, in the title role of The Velveteen Rabbit. This is her first regional tour! Directed by Joey Murray.
Back to the streets of London again! Liz is excited to be performing and playing the accordion in the ensemble of Oliver! making her debut at Jenny Wiley Theatre in Kentucky. Directed by Joey Murray.
Liz is spending the holidays performing as a lead vocalist at Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Miracles at Christmas Town. Directed by Christopher D'amboise.