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Associate Professor of Theatre
Master of Fine Arts in Acting
Univeristy of North Carolina at Greensboro
Bachelor of Arts in Dramatic Arts and English
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Voice, Movement
- Stage Combat
- Period Styles
- Musical Theatre History
- Contact Improvisation
- Shakespeare on Film
- Voice and Speech Trainers Association
- Association of Theatre Movement Educators
- Southeastern Theatre Conference
- Society of American Fight Directors
Lisa joined the ASU Theatre faculty in 2008. Her teaching specialties include Acting, Movement, and Voice, in addition to serving as a dialect, vocal, and text coach. Also a performer, she has worked professionally with such companies as Triad Stage, the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, The Cherry Orchard Theatre, Hope Summer Repertory Theatre, and Playmakers Repertory Company.
As a playwright, Lisa has had five short plays produced at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and continues work on several pieces including a full-length play about her grandmother's experiences growing up in Scotland during WWII. She is also co-creator of the original piece Woman As Verb, which has been performed several times in the Southeast and continues to be workshopped.
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