Lisa made her West End/Broadway debut in La Bete and toured nationally alongside Cherry Jones in Doubt. Shortly after graduating she appeared in Adam Rapp’s Red Light Winter which premiered at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company before transferring off-Broadway and being named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.At the hotel, they are greeted by Signora Fiorini (Isa Miranda), a widow who transformed her home into a pensione after World War II.Also staying at the property are Eddie Yaeger (Darren Mc Gavin), a young American painter studying art, and his wife Phyl (Mari Aldon). “Wake Up and Smell the Coffee” – Filmed live at the Jane Street Theater, New York City, 2001. Lisa has also performed at The Public, New York Theater Workshop, The Signature, Classic Stage Company, Rattlestick, Transport Group, Stage FARM, Williamstown and The Studio Theater in D. (Helen Hayes Award, Blackbird), as well as working with the LAByrinth Theater Company where she was recently made a member. “Live in London” – Recorded live at the ICA, London, 1980. “Blood on the Canvas” (with Frank Zappa) – Recorded at Frank’s studio, Hollywood, 1986. Some of her favorite Off-Broadway credits include: Nora and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss and What I Wore and Soho Rep.’s The Ugly One (Drama Desk nom.).
Dolittle; Leading Ladies; Becky's New Car; Always...
“Pounding Nails in the Floor with My Forehead” – Recorded live at The Knitting Factory. Originally from Chicago, LISA JOYCE received her BFA in Acting from the Theater School at De Paul University.
He has worked in fund development, youth services, education, and workforce development, serving on the California State welfare reform Youth Services Committee.
Now the film world is mourning the baton-wielding Ken Richmond, who shared the secrets of his iconic part in cinematic history before his death, at the age of 80.
The gong which sounded before each J Arthur Rank film opening was, in fact, a papier mâché mock-up and Richmond was always happy to tell his friends that he simply mimed in front of it.