Photo credit: Beth Segal
August 24, 2019
Pandemonium! on Saturday, September 7th!
It's a benefit for Cleveland Public Theater, with multiple stages - I'll be performing as part of the extravaganza, in FIRST-DRAFT SECOND-RATE LOVE STORY by John Busser.
Tickets available here: Pandemonium
July 19, 2019
New poems! I just completed a writing assessment that required writing 10 poems, each in five minutes or less. Decided to share them here: Poems, in short
JULY 1, 2019
Here's the latest issue of The Magic Of What If: Being Mortal
(On how we deal with death, plus more on music and chocolate. Yep, all that!)
APRIL 10, 2019
Singer's Night has been moved to Wednesday, April 17, one week from today!
Here's a link to recordings of Calvin Stokes and yours truly performing Ryan Ramer's Emily Dickinson song cycle, recorded live at Happy Dog on March 19: Song Cycle
MARCH 15, 2019
Taking a moment to share this clip from CBS This Morning with you, filmed here in Cleveland, about the power of the arts to change lives. (I joined the board of the Cleveland Classical Guitar Society a few months ago, really excited about their mission and what they're doing in the community.)
MARCH 6, 2019
on Saturday, March 30 harpist Calvin Stokes & I will be performing a song cycle of Emily Dickinson poems by composer Ryan Ramer at the Capitol Theater (W. 65th & Detroit in Cleveland) with two sets:
You can find us in the lobby of the Capitol, and yes, we're performing during the Cleveland International Film Festival!
MARCH 4, 2019
Check out the latest edition of The Magic of What If: Winter/Comfort Food
FEBRUARY 20, 2019
New opera! Now you can check out the new chamber opera, The Divorce Box, by Ryan Charles Ramer, with libretto by Christopher Richards and Liz Huff (yours truly!): The Divorce Box
Recorded live at Fynes Hall on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at Baldwin Wallace University. Many thanks to Cleveland Opera Theater for this premiere of The Divorce Box! Sung by Brian Skoog, Dylan Glenn, Rachel E. Copeland, and Elizabeth Frey.
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A versatile performer, Liz Huff does concert work, theater, improv, and collaborative arts projects throughout the Midwest and locations as far-flung as Estonia and Finland. Music and comedy have led Liz to performing on many diverse stages and venues including Severance Hall, internationally renowned jazz venue, Nighttown, and the Del Close Marathon at the Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC.
As an educator Liz has been teaching Distance Learning classes at the Cleveland Institute of Music for over 10 years. Additionally, she teaches improv for all ages, opera/musical theater masterclasses, leads storytelling/communication workshops, and coaches voice.
An advocate for new work in theater and music, Liz has premiered works by a number of composers, including Ryan Charles Ramer (numerous works), Sam Guarnaccia (Emergent Universe Oratorio with Cleveland Chamber Choir) and Marshall Griffith. A graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music, she studied improv at The Annoyance Theater in Chicago.
copyright 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 Liz Huff