*** last updated June 12, 2017 ***


June - July, 2017
Lisa will be joining a star-studded group of artists this summer up at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Connecticut.  She will be in the developmental workshop production of Home Street Home, a new punk-rock musical written by Soma Snakeoil, Fat Mike, David Goldsmith and Jeff Marx.  Directed by Richard Israel.
April - May, 2017
Lisa recently completed the critically acclaimed production of The Will Rogers Follies at the Pioneer Theatre Company in Salt Lake City, Utah, co-starring as Betty Blake with the show's star, David Lutken, as Will Rogers.  Directed by DJ Salisbury.
January - May, 2016
Lisa will be directing A Midsummer Night's Dream at Stephens College, and teaching 4 acting classes ranging from Meisner Fundamentals to Upper-level Scene Study and Acting for the Camera.
October, 2015
Also in October, Lisa performed at Lincoln Center's Bruno Walter Auditorium with Alexander Sage Oyen, a young composer/lyricist whose songs were masterfully presented by a number of brilliant singers (including Alex) as part of Lincoln Center's Broadway Songbook Series.
October, 2015
Lisa performed with Chris Miller and Nathan Tysen (composer and lyricist of the upcoming Broadway musical Tuck Everlasting) at the York Theater in NYC.  Nathan and Chris were the 2014 recipients of the prestigious Fred Ebb Award for excellence in musical theatre songwriting, and this concert at the York was a celebration of the Award and of their magnificent artistry.
August - November, 2015
Lisa recently completed a run in the world-premiere of Ken Ludwig's A Comedy of Tenors, playing Tatiana Racón at the Cleveland Play House and the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ.  Directed by Stephen Wadsworth.  Also starring Bradley Dean, Antoinette LaVecchia, Rob McClure, Ron Orbach, Kristen Martin and Bobby Conte Thornton.
June - July, 2015
Lisa played the title role in Victor Victoria at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, ME.  Directed by Matt Lenz.  Also starring George Dvorsky, Darren Ritchie, Robyn Alves, Jacob Smith and Joe Joyce. 
February - April, 2015
Lisa appeared as Anna in John Kolvenbach's masterful Sister Play at the Magic Theatre in San Francisco, CA.  Directed by John Kolvenbach.  Also starring Anthony Fusco, Jessi Campbell and Patrick Kelly Jones.
January 19th, 2015
Lisa will be appearing at Scott Alan's album release concert (his "Greatest Hits") at 54 Below, along with Jessie Mueller, James Monroe, Iglehart, Eden Espinosa, Jessica Phillips, Julia Murney and many others.

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November 1st - December 7th, 2014
Lisa will soon be returning to the Playmakers Repertory Theater to play the Witch in Into the Woods, directed by Joseph Haj.
July, 2014
Lisa is thrilled to have completed her graduate studies in Classical Acting from Shakespeare Theater of DC.
August, 2013 – July, 2014:  ACA
Currently, Lisa is spending a year in Washington, DC pursuing her MFA in Classical Acting at the Shakespeare Theater of DC's Academy for Classical Acting. She will return to NYC full-time in July, 2014.
April 2014 - Cabaret
Lisa starred as Sally Bowles in Cabaret at the Playmakers Theater in Chapel Hill, NC, with Taylor Mac as the Emcee.
February 2013 - Person of Interest
Lisa had a featured role on CBS' Person of Interest.
November, 2012
Lisa will be playing the title role ("Tamara de Lempicka") in a Yale Rep workshop of Lempicka, directed by Mark Wing-Davey.  Immediately following the workshop presentation at New Dramatists, rehearsals will begin for August: Osage County in Raleigh, NC, where Lisa will be playing the role of "Ivy Weston".
September, 2012
Lisa played "Johanne Robertson" opposite Billy Boyd (Lord of the Rings films) in a reading of Open Road, a new musical by Paul Scott Goodman, directed by Andrew Panton.
September, 2012
Lisa played the role of "Jane" in a new musical, Matchbook, by David Rossmer, Dan Lipton and Jessica Provenz.  Produced by the Araca Group, presented at the New 42nd Street Studios, NYC.
May, 2012
Lisa played "Elizabeth" (opposite Jason Danieley and Emily Swallow) in a reading of Suprema, a new musical by Jordan Harrison and Daniel Zaitchik, directed by Leigh Silverman.  Also featured were Claybourne Elder, Betsy Wolfe and Henry Stram.  Presented at Ars Nova, NYC.
March, 2012
Lisa played "Afton" in a reading of Bruce Hornsby's Stranger, directed by John Rando.  Presented at the Signature Theater, NYC.
April 10th, 2011
Lisa will be performing at a benefit concert for the victim's of Japan's earthquake and Tsunami on Sunday, April 10th, 2011 at 7pm at the Laurie Beechman Theater in NYC.
March 26th, 2011
Lisa and the Mamma Mia cast will be performing with NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the annual Inner Circle event on Saturday, March 26th, 2011 at the Hilton Hotel in NYC.

January 10th & 11th, 2011
Lisa will be singing "The Winner Takes It All" at Don Imus' fundraiser at the Hard Rock Café in Times Square, NYC, on Monday, January 10th.  Several other Broadway musicals will also be performing that evening.

The Ordinary Days CD release party / concert will be held on Tuesday, January 11th at Le Poisson Rouge at 158 Bleecker Street in NYC at 10:30pm.  All four original cast members (including Lisa) will be performing songs from "Ordinary Days", as well as other special guests performing cut songs.  Click here to order tickets.
December 10th, 2010
Lisa can be heard on the recently released "Sorta Love Songs", the songs of Scott Burkell and Paul Loesel.  Additional artists featured on the recording are Brian d'Arcy James, Liz Callaway, Kate Baldwin, Marin Mazzie, Matt Doyle, Morgan James, Rebecca Luker, Danny Burstein, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Stephanie J. Block, Lisa Howard, Jason Danieley, Farah Alvin, Justin Patterson and Kyle Dean Massey.  To order, visit www.sh-k-boom.com or www.amazon.com.
October 22, 2010
Lisa is currently starring as Donna in Mamma Mia! on Broadway at the Winter Garden Theater, and soon will be recording her debut solo album! Stay tuned for updates on additional concert appearances, etc.! And click here to read her interview with Broadway.com
September 21, 2010
The original cast recording of Ordinary Days is now available from Sh-k-boom Records! You can order or download it directly from Sh-k-boom by clicking on the logo. It is also available from Amazon.com.