Liz Christensen
Sabotaging your Callback Audition
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Sabotaging your Callback Audition

I've seen this happen to at least one person every show I've ever cast. Sometimes its a person I've worked with before, sometimes it isn't. Invariably, someone who absolutely earned…

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A Love Letter to the Ensemble

A Director's Fangirling Over Actor's without Character Names I'm gearing up to direct another show and you know what? I am stupid in love with the ensemble! It isn't cast…

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Dance Like Everyone is Watching

One Choreographer's Most Frequently Given Notes Babes in Toyland My current project, "All Shook Up," opens at the end of the month. As choreographer for this jukebox musical, I've created,…

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Stage Combat with Justin Lee

Interviewed for “In the Telling” podcast Episode 9 – Violence is Sometimes the Answer, stage combat choreographer Justin Lee talks about fight direction and violence in theatre. Below you can find his…

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Violence is Sometimes the Answer

Violence in Storytelling with a stage combat choreographer and a film stunt coordinator Show Notes: Guests: Theatre Fight Director Justin Lee and Stunt Coordinator and Filmmaker John Lyde This episode of…

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Josh Richardson Doing What He Loves

Interviewed for “In the Telling” podcast Episode 7 - Collaboration Creation, theatre director and actor Josh Richardson shares his insights, advice and process doing what he loves, sharing stories and challenging an…

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Collaboration Creation

Working Jointly to Create Theatre and Improv Show Notes Guests: Theatre actor and director Josh Richardsonand Random Tangent improv comedian Bryce Hess This episode of “In the Telling” is sponsored by BBMTYStudios.…

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Much Ado About Nothing

One week from today, Next Stage Productions' "Much Ado About Nothing" opens at On Pitch Performing Arts in Layton. I co-directed this production with my good friend Justin Lee, though…

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