About

Thank you for checking out the site - you might find the blog page interesting, aka Once Upon A Time Continuum, or Writings, for more formal scribblings.  Or listen to a couple songs in Music.

You'll notice as you look around the site that I do a lot of things: singing/acting, writing, and improv comedy are all part of the whole that is Liz.  I also bake a mean oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. And occasionally write/do sketch comedy.

If you want to hire me to sing something, write something, teach someone or work with you in collaboration on a project (and I hope you do!), or just want to chat about fireflies and existential angst, contact me here

(Listed as lizlaughs [@]gmail.com to avoid the 'bots.  Bad bots!)

 About Liz:

Liz stays active in musical theater, concert work, comedy/improv, and collaborative arts projects throughout the Midwest.   

She has appeared as soloist with the Cleveland Pops and Lakeland Civic Orchestra, and onstage at Cleveland Public Theatre, Cain Park, Beck Center, Lakeland Civic Theatre, OddyFest, Kalliope Stage, Stocker Arts Center, True North, Arcade Comedy Theater (Pbrgh), Rochester Improv Fringe Festival and the 2010 & 2011 Del Close Marathons at Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC.  An advocate for new work in theater and music, Liz has premiered works by a number of composers including Ryan Charles Ramer, Marshall Griffith and Kevin Krumenauer.  Outreach and education are also a passion, whether teaching masterclasses for voice or improv at Talespinner Children’s Theatre. 

Liz also performs as the voice half of the voice/guitar duo Dos Gatos with fellow CIM grad, Robert Gruca.  Performances with Dos Gatos include Classical Revolution Cleveland at Happy Dog, Larchmere Porchfest, and the Lunch & Listen Concert Series in Mixon Hall at CIM.  Ms. Huff holds a BA in English from Anderson University, and BM/MM degrees in voice from the Cleveland Institute of Music.  Co-founder of the improv comedy troupes Rockwell 9 and Title TBD! An Improvised Musical, she studied improv with master teachers at The Annoyance Theater in Chicago.  

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