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about LISA

Lisa Jill Anderson is an actor, writer and producer based in New York City, originally from Southern California. She was the founding artistic director of the NYC based independent theater company, Stable Cable Lab Co. from 2011 to 2019, where she produced over a dozen world premieres, including the Time Out New York Critics' Pick, everything is super great by Stephen Brown, which she also acted in.  She is a proud resident artist of New Light Theater Project.

 

Select acting credits: Inventing Anna (Netflix/Shondaland), Growing Up (Disney+), everything is super great (59E59 Theaters), Jahna Ferrón-Smith's THE WOODS. (Pendragon), Max Baker's Hal & Bee (59E59), Live from the Surface of the Moon (Wild Project), The Conspiracists (IRT), Because Me (Wild Project), and Lindsay Joy's In the Event of My Death. She loves nothing more than working on a new play.

 

Lisa co-wrote the comedy pilot Legit Married, which was a finalist for the ATX TV Festival Pitch Competition. She also executive produced, co-created and starred in the web series version of Legit Married, which won the Audience Choice Award for Best Web Pilot at Dances With Films LA, Best Episodic Pilot at Katra Film Series, Best Web Series at the LA Independent Women Film Awards, & Best of Fest + Best Web Series at Strong Chance Film Festival. 

 
 
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"Alice (Lisa Jill Anderson) IS A DELICIOUSLY DEADPAN morbid pixie dream girl."

-Time Out New York

Everything Is Super Great at 59E59

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Photo Credit: Sarah Watson

"As meek Holly, Anderson goes full force.  Anderson easily finds the highest highs and the lowest lows."

-Theater in the Now

Live From the Surface of the Moon at Wild Project

 

Photo Credit: Hunter Canning

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Photo Credit: Hunter Canning