BA in Acting and Musical Theater (with Honors) from University of California at Irvine (UC Irvine), Voice, Calvin Remsberg (LA), Acting & Cold Reading, Kerrie Keane (LA), Musical Theater, Dennis Castellano.
Cold Reading, Jazz, Tap, Modern, Ballet, Soccer, Cooking, Co-founder of White Buffalo Theater Company Los Angeles.
Marta in Company, Martha in Secret Garden, Tessa in The Gondoliers, Winnie/Nanette in No, No Nanette, Fantasticks, Oklahoma, Pippin, Brigadoon, A Chorus Line, JC Superstar, Phantom, Hello Dolly, State Fair. I originated roles in many workshops of new musicals through ANMT (the Academy of New Musical Theater) in Los Angeles including Miss Vulcan 1939, Close Encounters/Someone Next Door (with the Mercury Workshop in London), Up in the Air!, Cotton Club, Gems (written for Lea Salonga and East West Players), Happily Ever After, After All, Murder at the Palace, and Scream
"The spirited Lisa has the daunting assignment 'to understudy [the] four lovely girls in her first show in Minnesota.' It's difficult to imagine anyone playing Missy any better than Lisa. It is, frankly, her role."
- Annandale Advocate -
|The Marvelous Wonderettes||Cover, All Roles||Plymouth Playhouse|
|The Red & White Store||Sylvia Butler||Mark Taper Theater, LA|
|Fool Am I||Becky Greaves||Mark Taper Theater, LA|
|Up In The Air!||Paige||Colony Theater, Burbank|
|Cotton Club||Sally||South Bay CLO Workshop|
|Miss Vulcan, 1939||Pearl||El Portal Theater (NoHo)|
|Gems||Lita||East West Players|
|Ladies In Waiting||Maddy||Whitmore-Lindley (NoHo)|
|Close Encounters||Jessica||Mercy Workshop (London)|
|Happily Ever After, After All||Chicken Little||Nine O’clock Players|
|Something Next Door||Orchid White||ANMT Workshop|
|Gams, Guns & Guys||Effie||ANMT Workshop|
|Swamp Girl||Swamp Girl||ANMT Workshop|
|The Secret Garden||Martha||Golden State Theater|
|No, No Nanette||Winnie||Struthers Library Theater|
|Ten Minutes Please||Multiple Roles||Fringe Minneapolis|
|The Fantasticks||Mute||UC Irvine|
|Castle of Perseverance||Mercy||UC Irvine|
|The Miser of Mexico||Mariana||UC Irvine|
|House of Bernarda Alba||Maid||UC Irvine|
|Company||Marta||Santa Rosa Theater|
|The Gondoliers||Tessa||Santa Rosa Theater|
|A Chorus Line||Larry (as Lisa)||Summer Rep. Theater|
"Add to the mix nice performances by Lisa Harman as a spirited, Ginsberg-toting Village Voice journalist"
- LA Weekly -
"Lisa Harman, as the wife of a soldier who disappeared in action, provides welcome relief from the script's platitudes with her sardonic characterization"
- Les Spindle, Backstage West -