Lizzie is a 2021 Jonathan Larson Award finalist. She wrote her first musicals in college at the University of Miami. Since then, she has been a member of the BMI Workshop and the Circle Songbook. Current projects include Oneida, a folk musical about the rise and fall of the real 19th century utopian society (book and lyrics by Beth Blatt; Vox Festival at Dartmouth, Pallas Theatre Table Read Award winner), Sophie Blanchard's High-Flying' Rock'n'Roll Extravaganza about the 19th century aeronaut (with her own damn self, directed by Celine Rosenthal; 2020 Asolo Rep digital presentation), Misha Loves Ja Ja More Than Cheese about the relationship between a grandfather and a granddaughter (book and lyrics by Jerry Colker, directed by Andy Cadiff; two readings at Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills), and Hereville about an 11-year-old orthodox Jewish girl uncovering a world of magic (book and lyrics by Robby Sandler; 92Y Musical Theatre Lab).
Recent projects include scoring Our Town, Lifespan of a Fact, and four seasons of Shakespeare tours for Asolo Repertory Theatre, writing and performing the music for the internet game show "Who Wrote This S#!t?", writing and performing the title number for Justin Sayre'sRavenswood Manor: A Camp-Horror Soap Opera in 12 Episodes which ran at Celebration Theatre in LA October and November of 2019, and scoring the pilot of Frankenmel Picture's "Chip and Dean" (Palm Springs International Comedy Festival 2020).
Her musical Rose Petals with Sarah Rebell received a NYMF reading in 2013. Other credits include shorts for Prospect Theater Company, Astoria Performing Arts Center, and NYU Steinhardt; as well as composing original scores for The Winter's Tale and David Greig's Yellow Moon for the New School for Drama.
Actor / singer / musician / composer