Liz Stanton is a multifaceted theatre artist. She is an Actor, Director, Singer, Sound Designer, Composer and Teacher. Most recently Liz premiered The Woman Who Was Me at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City. She performed in the Bath Fringe Festival in a self-created piece (House of Cards). Additional New York City acting credits include: CTC (Shameless); Denison University (Vagina Monologues); NYC Estro Genius Festival (Save Yourself for You); Urban Research Theatre (Theatrical: A Tragedy); SITI Company (365 Days, 365 Plays); Brooklyn Clown Fest (Zen Cabaret); Bombshell (Hamlet); Risk Ensemble (Hedda Gabler). At Naropa University: (Fracked or Friction), (Vision of Flight and The Bacchae: In Song and Vocal Extreme); Giving Voice Productions (Power to Pleasing: The Sex Lives of Teenage Girls, Pressure to Prove: The Sex Lives of Teenage Boys); GVP and CTC (From the Real of the Shadow); Holderness Theater Company, NYC actor and sound designer: (The Winter’s Tale, Cymbeline, The Changeling, The Rover, Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, Einstein’s Dreams and Life of Spiders). Sound design: National Shakespeare Company, (The Tempest, As You Like It) Burning Coal Theater (Romeo and Juliet), Superhero Clubhouse (Mercury) and P.S. 122 (Miracle Tomato and Sally: MIA). Liz received her MFA in Theatre: Contemporary Performance from Naropa University. Liz teaches Grotowski-based physical acting as well as Voice & Movement in Universities around the US, including NYU – Experimental Theatre Wing, New York Film Academy, Naropa University, CUNY – Staten Island, Denison University, and Salem State University.