Here are some photos, videos, and reviews of some of my performances.

Beauty And The Beast @ 5th Avenue Theatre In Seattle Washington:

“Lisa Estridge as the Teapot Mrs. Potts…nailed her rendition of the titular song.”

Broadway World – Jay Irwin
Video / Voice Over Commercial: 5th Avenue Theatre Production of Beauty and the Beast
Video: “Beauty and the Beast”—Title Song—Mrs. Potts Audience iPhone recording of Lisa’s live performance of the title song, Beauty and the Beast. Featuring Porscha Shaw as Bell/ Beauty and Riley Brack as the Beast

Mamma Mia @ Village Theatre In Issaquah Washington:

“Lisa Estridge who played Donna, whose rendition of "The Winner Takes it All" was the best I've ever heard.”

The Watch Dog – Zoe Loughnane

“Estridge is now going down in the books as one of my favorite Donnas (and I've seen quite a few. Her incredible voice is only matched by her acting chops and comedic timing and her letting loose in the "Mamma Mia" number is worth the price of admission.”

Broadway World - Jay Irwin

“Lisa Estridge’s charismatic Donna shines!”

Encore Spotlight - Kyle Gerstel
Mamma Mia Sizzle Reel

Mamma Mia @ Skylight Musical Theatre In Milwaukee Wisconsin:

“Donna Sheridan, played by the force of talent that is Lisa Estridge.”

Milwaukee Magazine – Ally Watters
Mamma Mia Sizzle Reel
Video – Winner Takes It All – Featuring Lisa Estridge as Donna Sheridan and Victor Wallace as Sam Carmichael.

Little Shop Of Horrors @ Village Theatre In Issaquah Washington:

The Village Theatre called me and needed an emergency replacement for the Voice of Audrey 2 in Little Shop of Horrors. 48 hours later I was on a plane to Seattle, went through a quick music and put-in rehearsal, and I’m on for the rest of the run!
Video – Supper Time – Audrey 2
Video – Don’t Feed the Plants – Finale

Other Fun Performances:

This video was shot on February 14, 2020, at Vashon Center for the Arts. This was my last live performance before everything shuts down in 2020 due to COVID. The host is David Armstrong, and on piano is Steven Tran. I actually played this role in 1998, when I was not only very pregnant with my daughter but also the first black woman to play a lead at the Village Theatre in Issaquah in a role traditionally written for a white actress.
In October of 2020, the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, Washington, called me and asked me to put together a show for their online fundraiser, “Ovations Fun-A-Thon.” I put together a 45-minute party show of 12 songs and called it “Old School Review: Deloris’ Play List.” Why Deloris? On March 12, 2020, I was in my second day of tech rehearsal in Sister Act as Deloris Van Cartier at the 5th Avenue Theatre when we were shut down due to COVID. Here are a couple of fun moments with RJ Tancioco on piano.
Video – I Will Survive
Video – Brown Eyed Girl

Can You Solve This Last Minute Scramble?

What famous person did Lisa have to go on for in New York with no rehearsal? See if you can unscramble the answer or click here for the story.

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