Hello!

I'm glad you found me! I'm an intimacy director and coordinator living and working in Salt Lake City, Utah. I've been training and practicing in this work since 2019, and have over 60 hours of training with Intimacy Directors & Coordinators, Theatrical Intimacy Education, and Intimacy Coordinators of Color. I'm also a stage combat director, and am currently working towards certification with Dueling Arts International. 

I have a Bachelor's in Theatre Education, and over 20 years of experience in theatre as an actress, director, choreographer, and teaching artist. I bring all of those things to the table when I join your production team. You can read more about my theatre experience here

I come to this work from a place of mental health advocacy, social justice, and a passion for theatre. As a sex positive artist, I serve as both a choreographer and an advocate, and work with the creative team and actors to choreograph powerful stories involving intimacy, nudity, violence/stage combat, and/or vulnerable scenes, while still respecting boundaries. 

 

I passionately believe that when actors feel safe and respected, they're able to be the most free and creative artists in the world! 

 

I'd love to be a part of your project, whether it's big or small. Check out my training and experience, and shoot me an email!

Aubrey and Sam in "Safe"
Aubrey and Sam in "Safe"

Marianne and Roland in "Constellations"
Marianne and Roland in "Constellations"

Aubrey and Ethan in "Safe"
Aubrey and Ethan in "Safe"

Aubrey and Sam in "Safe"
Aubrey and Sam in "Safe"

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CURRENT & RECENT PROJECTS

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Intimacy direction for Mad King Productions' "Much Ado About Nothing" 

Intimacy and fight direction for West Valley Arts' "Footloose"

Intimacy direction for "Little Happy Secrets" at the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival

"Liz has crafted these intimate moments in the play with care, precision, and thoughtfulness."

- Playwright Chelsea Hickman on Safe