Theatre: Acting, Directing, Other; Artistic Director, producer
Linda Livingston, a member of Artist's Equity, the professional stage actor's union and SAG/AFTRA, has performed across the country, from a staged reading of Marie Antoinette at Chicago’s Goodman Theater, to touring the Pacific Northwest with the Bellevue Rep (Shakepeare in the Grass) and numerous other Seattle area theatres, including Pasquilini-Smith Studios, Shakespeare Plus, and New City Theatre. Rubicon productions include Children of A Lesser God, Murder in the First (with Ted Neeley and Larry Hagman), A Streetcar Named Desire, A Christmas Carol (with Joe Spano and Peter Van Norden) and Love Letters. Linda received an Ovation nomination for her portrayal of Dr. Vivien Bearing In W;t at the Victory Theatre in Burbank. Her many productions with the Santa Paula Theatre Center include Master Class, Dancing at Lughnasa, Doubt (4 star award), Honour (4 star award), Diary of Anne Frank, Cricket on the Hearth (REP Award) and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. She has also performed with Flying H Group (Female Transport), as well as Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, a number of stages in Santa Barbara, including Santa Barbara Summer Rep, and as Molly Sweeney with Transport Theatre. Linda has performed in two radio plays that aired on NPR, and is the former TV Host of Your Next Home, which aired on KEYT. Her film work includes the short Brightness, with Eric Idle.
Linda is a director as well, and has directed shows for Santa Paula Theatre Center, The Flying H, The Elite Theatre, The Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, LA’s Odyssey Theatre, The Backlot Theatre and for Transport Theatre (currently on hiatus), of which she is artistic director. Linda is also a published playwright of O. Henry Holiday, (Eldridge Plays) although admittedly, O. Henry did the heavy lifting.