Elizabeth Horab is a director, teaching artist, playwright, and deviser of theatre that arrived in the the Twin Cities from the Boulder/Denver area in 2016.
With regional theatres, she was a resident in the Next Stage Program at Long Wharf Theatre (New Haven, CT), and taught with the DCPA (Denver Center for the Performing Arts, CO). She's also interned and assistant directed for Stephen Wangh (associate writer on THE LARAMIE PROJECT; author of Acrobat of the Heart and The Heart of Teaching). The Band of Toughs in Boulder, CO, took her in as an AmBot (company member) in 2015.
Her most recent work has been directing A DREAM PLAY and teaching at NDSU, directing TESS JONES : SPACE ARCHAEOLOGIST in the 2019 MN Fringe Festival, and devising with Sandbox Theatre on their new work THE GOLDEN RECORD PROJECT.
Elizabeth is the host of the 4:30pm Art Beat on Fridays, and assists Laurie Fitz with Connections Radio on AM950.
She received her MFA in Theatre: Contemporary Performance from Naropa University (Buddhist-inspired contemplative education; experiential learning) and BA in Theatre from NDSU in Fargo, ND.
Elizabeth Lueth is a visual artist specializing in photography and thread. Her work focuses on conceptual portraiture while playing with color, texture, and interactive elements.
Elizabeth's work has been shown in galleries throughout the Twin Cities including Rosalux Gallery, Studio Payne, and the (former) Art Institutes International Minnesota. Elizabeth also organized and hosted her own community arts event featuring all local artists in the summer of 2019.