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Liza’s Appearances

Sedona International Film Festival, Mary D. Fisher Theatre

January 6 & 7, 2018

Hard-hitting, fast-talking, and funny, Liza Vann is the top of the bottom half. Born in the South, the seventh of twelve children, Liza has spent her life answering questions. Now she does it on stage. Not shy, Liza shares her unique perspective on life, family and relationships in an evening that will make you laugh, make you think, and make you wonder why baby-sitters aren’t paid more money.

“Engaging and Unexpectedly Provocative!”

— Geffen Playhouse

“ ‘The Top of the Bottom Half’ is a Piece That Connects With Everyone!”

— Theatre LaB Houston

“The audience was enthralled…”

— Seven Angels Theatre

“If the Purpose of Theater is to Entertain and to Move People Off of Their Comfort Zone of Belief… Then [Liza Vann] Succeeded Brilliantly.”

Previous Appearances:

Ellen Shaw de Paredes Breast Cancer Foundation, Richmond, VA

The Winchester Medical Center Foundation, Winchester, VA

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (encore performance)

Cape Fear Regional Theatre, Fayetteville, NC

Memorial Hospital, Martinsville, VA

The Sisko Foundation, Raleigh, NC

University of Wisconsin – Marathon County, WI

University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, WI

American Lung Association, Houston, TX

Baylor College of Medicine (encore performance)

Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA

Winchester Medical Center, Winchester ,VA

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

Duke University, Durham, NC

Martha Jefferson Hospital and The Breast Health Coalition, Charlottesville, VA

University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA

Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT

Seven Angels Theatre, Waterbury, CT

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Queens University, Charlotte, NC

Theatre at Saint Peter’s Church, New York, NY

The Schoolhouse, Croton Falls, NY

Breast Cancer Awareness Day, Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Toronto

Theater LaB Houston, Houston, TX 

As Featured by…

WWOR-TV—Dr. Frank Field

News 12 New Jersey—“Jersey’s Talking” with Lee Leonard

City-TV—“City Pulse” with Gord Martineau, Toronto

KUHT-TV—“Weeknight Edition”, Houston

KNWS-TV—“Texas Today”

WVIR-TV—NBC 29, with Amanda Martin

WOR Radio—“The Joey Reynolds Show”

WBAI—“The Morning Show”

WNYC—“On the Line”

CJEZ—“Heartbeat”, Toronto

Talk 640—Bob Brattina, Toronto

WINA—“Charlottesville Live” with Nancy King

WINA—“Talk Back About Health”

WINC—“Breakfast with Barry & Kauleen”

 

The New York Times

New York Post

Daily News

Newsday

The Village Voice

Houston Chronicle

Houston Press

The Sunday Republican

The News-Times

Previous Appearances:

Ellen Shaw de Paredes Breast Cancer Foundation, Richmond, VA

The Winchester Medical Center Foundation, Winchester, VA

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (encore performance)

Cape Fear Regional Theatre, Fayetteville, NC

Memorial Hospital, Martinsville, VA

The Sisko Foundation, Raleigh, NC

University of Wisconsin – Marathon County, WI

University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, WI

American Lung Association, Houston, TX

Baylor College of Medicine (encore performance)

Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA

Winchester Medical Center, Winchester ,VA

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

Duke University, Durham, NC

Martha Jefferson Hospital and The Breast Health Coalition, Charlottesville, VA

University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA

Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT

Seven Angels Theatre, Waterbury, CT

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Queens University, Charlotte, NC

Theatre at Saint Peter’s Church, New York, NY

The Schoolhouse, Croton Falls, NY

Breast Cancer Awareness Day, Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Toronto

Theater LaB Houston, Houston, TX

As Featured by…

WWOR-TV—Dr. Frank Field

News 12 New Jersey—“Jersey’s Talking” with Lee Leonard

City-TV—“City Pulse” with Gord Martineau, Toronto

KUHT-TV—“Weeknight Edition”, Houston

KNWS-TV—“Texas Today”

WVIR-TV—NBC 29, with Amanda Martin

WOR Radio—“The Joey Reynolds Show”

WBAI—“The Morning Show”

WNYC—“On the Line”

CJEZ—“Heartbeat”, Toronto

Talk 640—Bob Brattina, Toronto

WINA—“Charlottesville Live” with Nancy King

WINA—“Talk Back About Health”

WINC—“Breakfast with Barry & Kauleen”

 

The New York Times

New York Post

Daily News

Newsday

The Village Voice

Houston Chronicle

Houston Press

The Sunday Republican

The News-Times

One Woman Show

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