Lyndsay has had the privilege to perform with many companies including: Mildred’s Umbrella: Large Animal Games (Rose) Carnival ‘Round the Central Figure (Nurse), Notions of Right and Wrong (Queen of Pentacles), The Flu Season (Nurse), Margo Veil (Big Betty/Ensemble), Museum of Dysfunction III & IV; Alley Theatre: Mrs. Warren’s Profession (Factory Girl), Pygmalion (Bystander/Maid); Classical Theatre Company: The Birds (Chorus Leader/ Triballian), Henry V (MacMorris/Ensemble); Texas Repertory Theatre: Romeo & Juliet (Nurse), Our Town (Mrs. Gibbs), Always, Patsy Cline (Louise), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Mrs. Meers), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Snout), Crimes of the Heart (Lenny) among others; Catastrophic Theatre: Middletown (Librarian); Main Street Theater: Translations (Bridgett), Mr. Pim Passes By; Unity Theatre: Enchanted April (Costanza); The Landing Theatre: How I Learned to Drive (Female Chorus); Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble: The Winter’s Tale (Hermione), Pericles (Marina), Coriolanus; The Texas Shakespeare Festival. She holds a BA from Baylor University in Theatre Performance (‘tis true they have an incredible Theatre program at Baylor!). Lyndsay earned her MFA at QUT in Brisbane, Australia while being a company member with the Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble. Her solo show, Shakespeare’s Women: Gnawing at My Soul, had its US premiere, produced by Theatre Collide, at Main Street in August 2006. She also performed her show as an invited Guest Artist for TETA in January 2007. Lyndsay is the Primary School Drama Teacher for St. Francis Episcopal Day School where she teaches 2-5 year olds… I KNOW!! She is also a private acting coach and has taught for Main Street Theater, the Alley Theatre and Unity Theatre.