Bio

Liz is an NYC-based multi-instrumentalist and theatre performing artist. She is a co-founder, co-producer and performer with Anonymous Ensemble, the NYC-based international touring theater company; roles also include actor, singer, musicienne, musical supervisor/director, orchestrator, composer, and audio designer. Recent productions include The Turing Opera with the Greek National Opera’s Experimental Wing and The Return, a multi-lingual/media rock play in Athens, Greece. AnEn took Wanderlust from New York to London, Norway, England’s Latitude Festival, and Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival, where it was nominated for a Total Theatre Award in Experimentation and Innovation. Liz has co-produced and performed in AnEn’s multi-media rock serial TheBest all over New York City, Brisbane’s International Festival in Australia and the Neuropolis Festival in Germany. Liz has also performed in AnEn’s LIEBE LOVE AMOUR!, Troop Troupe, a Wonderland and All Saints Day in multiple theatres and runs in New York City.

Other theatrical productions in New York include award-winning plays, videography, audio design, improv, and plays with music with Mabou Mines, LaMama, the Ohio Theatre, P.S. 122, Ars Nova, HERE Arts Center, the Ontological and Ensemble Studio Theatre. Films include Four Eyed Monsters (Two Spirit Award Nominations, Winner of indieWIRE’s Sundance Channel Audience Award) and the upcoming See Saw. You can hear her voice in the award-winning short, The Love Game, national television commercials, radio spots, and as the frog-loving kid Ted in the acclaimed Billy Brown audio adventure series. Liz began piano at the age of four, and every few years since has added to the arsenal: the violin, guitar, ukulele, accordion, banjo, mandolin, baglama, dobro and upright bass. She often performs with combinations of these solo, in bands and in hootenanies around New York and beyond. She is currently working on an album of lullabies from around the world.

In no particular order, her loves are: crossword puzzles, bocce ball, wordplay, remembering names, singing all together, immersion into languages, walking Manhattan, a good IPA, rooves, homeopathic cures, small stringed instruments, everything family, playing with sounds, breaking bread with friends, and paper books.