Liz is Maris, a Braavosi smuggler, in HBO’s SXSW Game of Thrones immersive experience “Bleed for the Throne!

Liz is Roxanne in The Archive Theatre’s production of Cyrano Runs August 29 - September 29

Liz is Grace in “The Rain Sessions”

Liz is Susan the Striker in Lowes/Maytag Commercial!

Documentary Later kills it at The Dallas Comedy Festival in March.

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SXSWestworld WINS an EMMY and 2 CLIO Awards!

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Click image to watch a video about the SXSWestworld experience.

Liz preparing to operate a camera 700 feet in the air for Texas Tourism!

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Liz as Dr. Ross in upcoming film "Couple's Therapy"

"Couple's Therapy" directed by Gustaf Johnson with Forest and Pine Productions

"Couple's Therapy" directed by Gustaf Johnson with Forest and Pine Productions

Liz joins the cast of the sxsw Westworld activation

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On the Set of SXSWestworld

Liz joins the cast of Sh!t-faced Shakespeare!

Come see her as Benvolia/Nurse in Romeo and Juliet!

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3 or Less Productions gives new meaning to a "beer garden" while filming for The Beer Museum.

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Liz had 3 of her photos selected for the June 2017 Indie Soleil Black and White Issue!

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Did you miss getting to see Liz as an old, grumbling, mustachioed man in Tartuffe? Do not fret, for his encore can be seen in 3 or Less Productions' award winning sketch EI8HT!

1st Place Winner of Vidtowne's "Austin Sketchfest" video challenge. Prompt Requirements: Suggestion: Barbecue Line: "Who do I look like, [insert name]?" Theme: 8 (For Austin Sketchfest's 8th year) Technical Challenge: Use Stock Footage

Pella Windows "Snack Streaker"

Tartuffe closed April 30th

Check out production photos to see what you missed!

 

As "Helena" in A Midsummer Night's Dream

Liz Waters "was easily one of the more enjoyable people to have around. She was loving one moment, livid the next, and sardonic a second later, all the while making the transitions naturally." - Austin Entertainment Weekly