Lecturer | Director | Facilitator | Actor
Lindsay (she/her) is a theatre artist and lecturer in Atlanta, Georgia who has been teaching at Georgia State University: Perimeter College since 2017.
Originally from San Diego, California, she holds an MFA in Acting from Florida State University / Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training (2011) as well as an MA in Applied Theatre: Drama in Social, Educational, and Community Contexts from University of London, Goldsmiths College (2015).
She has taught on study abroad in London with University System of Georgia's European Council, at Southwestern Oregon Community College, Acting Out in Brooklyn, New York, and Manatee School for the Arts in Palmetto, Florida. In less conventional settings, she has worked in a facilitation capacity with participants aged 5 to 60, with young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as English as Foreign Language Students from Beijing, China.
Lindsay was a featured presenter at the 2018 Southeastern Theatre Conference in Mobile, AL for Applied Theatre as well as the 2019 Conference in Knoxville, TN.
In addition to directing for Georgia State University (Much Ado About Nothing, Eurydice, and the upcoming Triumph of Love) she has also had work featured in the 2019 Atlanta Fringe Festival (Cyberpunk's Not Dead) as well as the 2019 Atlanta App Co. Alumni Series (Fat Juliet).
She is proficient at creating curriculum in the areas of Acting, Voice, Shakespeare, and Applied Theatre, is an experienced director, and is fearlessly motivated by equal and inclusive representation in the arts and always seeks to incorporate this in everything she does.