Lisa - 42nd Street

Lisa Brown

Broadway credits: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Chorus Girl), 42nd Street (Lead, Peggy Sawyer), Pal Joey (ensemble member), Hello Dolly (Broadway national tour).

Lisa joined Miller-Marley at age 13, and as a result of her dance training, became very active in many Kansas City entertainment and theater venues. Barely out of high school, Lisa, an accomplished dancer, left Kansas City to pursue a career on Broadway. Lisa's first role as a chorus girl in the Broadway production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, opened many doors for her including ensemble roles in Pal Joey, the national tour of Hello Dolly and finally the leading role of Peggy Sawyer in the Broadway production of 42nd Street. After appearing in 42nd Street, Lisa moved to Los Angeles where she originated the role of Nola Chamberlain on television's As the World Turns and Iva Benedict on Guiding Light. She has also been seen on the daytime soap, Loving and has received two Daytime Emmy nominations. She is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with a Masters degree in Arts Management. Currently, she enjoys directing and works behind the scenes at Guiding Light, giving acting classes to newcomers on the show.

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