Get to know Lizzy:
What excites you about this role with The Kaleidoscapes?
This position is so exciting because it's truly a unique chance to connect art and earth. I feel so lucky to have the opportunity to explore and learn from like minded artists who trust in the power theatre has to promote environmental justice.
What’s your “place of significance” or an ecosystem that speaks to you and has formed you as a person?
I was born on a small beach called Baracoa in Cuba, since I could walk my grandmother would take me snorkeling every day. Some of my earliest memories are of floating underwater exploring everything the ocean had to offer. This experience completely formed me into who I am, appreciating how truly small and insignificant we are.
Why are you passionate about art for social change, directing and theatre?
Theatre and acting have been my glue for my entire life, and now I hope to continue to share its powers with audiences everywhere as a director. Art has the potential to change minds, to heal, and to evoke true emotion. Theatre, at its core, is a reminder of what it means to be human.
Over the next few weeks, we will be learning more about Lizzy and why we are so excited to bring her to the helm of this company.
We also have more exciting announcements regarding team members that we cannot wait to share.
Stay tuned to this space and also to our Instagram @thekaleidoscapes to get the latest updates!
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