Liz is a professional oboist, a devoted mother, and theater enthusiast. Currently she serves as the president of Classical Revolution Northern Colorado and plays oboe and English horn for Opera Colorado, Colorado Ballet, and many other local orchestras. Liz holds two degrees in oboe performance: an undergraduate degree from UNC (Chapel Hill, North Carolina) and a Master’s in oboe performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and also pursued advanced musical studies at the Royal Conservatory in London. As an actor, Liz has performed locally at Bas Bleu (Becky’s New Car, The Rainmaker, Buffalo Gal), as well as occasionally with theaters in Lexington, Kentucky. This is her first show with Openstage.
By Aaron Loeb and Directed by Kate Austin-Groen
"Devilishly funny and demonically dark, Loeb's hilarity makes us, as the title suggests, think." San Francisco Chronicle
Ninety minutes from now, a group of stressed-out corporate consultants is slated to present their work on a mysterious project. It's time to brainstorm within the morally ambiguous parameters they've been given so they can make it to their kids' soccer games and continue their ill-advised affairs. But as they work, the question of what they aren't being told looms ever larger, becoming harder to ignore. If something truly monstrous is going on, it wouldn't be happening over Starbucks scones . . . would it? A ferocious and hilarious thriller.
September 22 - October 14
ArtLab Fort Collins- 239 Linden St