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ElizabethStricklin 800 72Elizabeth Stricklin has been in the theater from the tender age of 5 when she played an Indian in Annie Get Your Gun. After being bit by the theater bug she continued to study theater in high school under her father's direction and then at Texas Tech University. She has performed professionally with The Dallas Theater Center and won best actor in a supporting role at the Irene Ryan collegiate acting competition at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. She has performed locally for the last 10 years with roles including Viola in Twelfth Night, Aldonza in Man of La Mancha, and Maria in The Sound of Music for which she received Lake Country Playhouse's award for Best Actress. At Lindale Community Theater, she has been seen as Sarah in Quilters, Charlotte Hayes in Moon Over Buffalo, and most recently as M'Lynn in Steel Magnolias. She is currently directing The Miracle Worker at LCT; her third directing venture. She attributes her love for the theater to her father, Harlan Reddell, a retired high school drama coach.

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