Catch ‘LIZZIE’: A Musical About Murder, Mayhem, & Rock-N-Roll

LIZZIE takes an ax to traditional musicals in one of the most riotous rock concerts brought to stage!

It’s a hot summer morning in 1892 when a prominent businessman and his wife are brutally murdered at their home in a small New England city. Bizarrely, the prime suspect happens to be their daughter Lizzie Borden. Over a century later her ensuing trial has become one of the most infamous murder stories to date.

Color and Light Theatre Ensemble will present LIZZIE, a groundbreaking musical piece of history from writers Steven Cheslik-DeMeyer, Alan Stevens Hewitt, and Tim Maner, September 14 – 29 at Resident in the DTLA Arts District. For fans of true crime and strong female characters alike, LIZZIE will have you headbanging along to a music score imbued with hard rock, heavy metal, and riot grrrl punk.

The show features a four-person, all-female cast who’s unapologetic, raw, and hilarious energy leave you craving something you never knew you wanted. Dissect the rumors and follow the story of Lizzie’s powerful journey through madness and freedom.

Experience the thrill of the bloody legend of America’s first and favorite ax-wielding rockstar in LIZZIE.


Buy your tickets here!

Location: Resident, 428 S. Hewitt St, Los Angeles, CA 90013. See it on Google maps.

This post is sponsored by Color and Light Theatre Ensemble.

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