MEET THE CAST
Hailing originally from Drouin, Liz stepped trepidly into a beginner's acting class in 1989 while living in Vancouver, Canada. It was the beginning of her passion and love affair with the theatre. Today with a career spanning 30 years Liz is an actor, director and movement coach. She has trained in Canada, England, New York and Australia with qualifications from La Trobe University, Lancaster University, London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and the University of Melbourne (VCA) including Shakespeare, physical theatre skills, LABAN Movement Analysis, the Williamson Technique (NY) and Actor Training Methodologies (VCA). She has directed such classics as 'The Importance of Being Earnest' (Oscar Wilde), 'Long Days Journey Into Night' (Eugene O'Neill), Talking Heads (Alan Bennett), 'Junk Rooms' (Stephanie Briarwood), 'Salute the Man' (Jeannie Haughton), 'Laundry & Bourbon' (James McClure) and 'The Window Outside' (Belinda Lopez, 2012)
As an actor Liz has performed Shirley in Willy Russell's one-woman play "Shirley Valentine", Oriel in Tim Winton's "Cloudstreet", Lindsey in Hannie Rayson's "Life after George", the Countess in Shakespeare's "All's Well that Ends Well" and Nell in Caryl Churchill's "FEN" to name a few. TV and film credits include Neighbours, It's A Date, The Caretaker (Tom Conyers Director) and Walk the Talk (Dreamworks/21st Century Fox, Shirley Barrett Director).
Liz is also founder and Artistic Director of Wise Owl Theatre, a new Melbourne-based independent theatre company.
'The Window Outside' is its inaugural production.