2019 Season

























LISA WILSON

(she/her; Director: Inferno; 1st season with ISF) is originally from Nashville, her MFA in Acting, U of Wisconsin, training voice, movement, styles. Professor of Theatre, U. of Tulsa, and past head of actor training and theatre chair. Currently she enjoys teaching Women’s and Gender Studies. For Lisa the most interesting plays are those where challenging ideas, wonderful words and exciting acting -directing opportunities meet. Recent directing - In the Next Room, Waiting for Godot, Red, recent acting roles Violet in August Osage County, Katherine in Mothers & Sons, Grace in Bus Stop, Inge Festival. "A play is a journey -this has been extraordinary and singular. Six degrees of separation’ truly changes lives –Isis (Virgil), dear friend, connected me to this meaningful opportunity. Special gratitude to Olena, Bryan, the Inferno company and ISF for bringing me in as part of developing and birthing this new play. Love to my husband Curt, greyhounds, cats and sons in Tulsa, who help keep life sane."














LISA WILSON

(she/her; Director: Inferno; 1st season with ISF) is originally from Nashville, her MFA in Acting, U of Wisconsin, training voice, movement, styles. Professor of Theatre, U. of Tulsa, and past head of actor training and theatre chair. Currently she enjoys teaching Women’s and Gender Studies. For Lisa the most interesting plays are those where challenging ideas, wonderful words and exciting acting -directing opportunities meet. Recent directing - In the Next Room, Waiting for Godot, Red, recent acting roles Violet in August Osage County, Katherine in Mothers & Sons, Grace in Bus Stop, Inge Festival. "A play is a journey -this has been extraordinary and singular. Six degrees of separation’ truly changes lives –Isis (Virgil), dear friend, connected me to this meaningful opportunity. Special gratitude to Olena, Bryan, the Inferno company and ISF for bringing me in as part of developing and birthing this new play. Love to my husband Curt, greyhounds, cats and sons in Tulsa, who help keep life sane."

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 360-331-2939 or managing.director@islandshakespearefest.org
July 14-September 3,
Shows Thursday through Sunday at 6:00,
(matinees at 1:00 Sundays in August).
Island Shakespeare Festival is located at 5476 Maxwelton Road, Langley, WA 98260 (MAP)
Mailing address:
PO Box 1262
Langley, WA, 98260
Click HERE for the performance schedule.