Lindsay is a virtuoso entertainer with a twinkle in her eye and a heart of gold.  Since graduating with a BFA in acting, Lindsay worked professionally in regional theater in the San Francisco Bay Area until she left regional theater to work full time as a solo variety artist performing on the streets of San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf and at Busker festivals all over the world. Lindsay has performed in the US, New Zealand, Norway, England, Canada, Ireland, Australia and Japan.

Lindsay has become a favorite at the magic castle in Hollywood, being not only one of the few female artists to receive “performer of the week”, but also one of the only non Magicians to make it on that list.

In 2011, Lindsay premiered her hour long silent vaudeville show called “The Book of Love” at The Ashby Stage in Oakland presented by The Shotgun Players.  She then took “The Book of Love” and showcased it to the College entertainment market across the US and in 2013, after two successful touring seasons, Lindsay won “Variety Artist of the year” from the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA), a rare honor for a solo woman in that field. in August 2015 she took “Book of Love” to the world renown Edinburgh Fringe Festival and earned a 5 star review from Broadway Baby. Inspired by classic vaudeville and golden-era comedy, she has spent her life working hard to perfect the art of making people happy.

Alongside her live theatrical career, Lindsay has appeared in films such as The Darwin Awards, The Lost Coast, and Rhino each of which were featured at major film festivals in the US and Italy.

Lindsay was featured  in the film about Heidegger’s Philosophy called “Being in the World” by Tao Ruspoli being the example of each topic covered in the documentary through juggling as well as being the main image for the poster of the film. You can see more about this on the film’s website.

Lindsay’s performances showcase her wide variety of skills, which range from acting to physical comedy to juggling. But her greatest skill of all is that rare ability to connect with her audience and bring them the joy and wonder of the present moment. If you have the chance to see Lindsay perform live, you are in for a treat!

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