The Magic Meathands are full of creative, interesting and entertaining people both on and off the stage. That may sound like bragging, but we’re proud of our team, so we thought you should know more about us.
Elizabeth Gill has been a Meathand for a number of years, but when she’s not improvising her butt off, she’s teaching screenwriting at the USC School of Cinematic Arts and the John C. Hench School of Animation and Digital Arts, and winning some gold medals in the Senior Olympics for women’s soccer. She’s also a screenwriter (she wrote this episode of My So-Called Life, along with a number of TV movies) and a poet (Blue Woman: Poems and Drawings). And now she’s an author with her newly released audio book Open 24 Hours!
Find out more about Liz and her book in the first of our Meet a Meathand series:
See more of Liz performing with the Meathands by checking out our Show schedule.
Download Open 24 Hours by Elizabeth Gill.
The above was cross-posted on the Magic Meathands blog. I’ve been a member of the Magic Meathands for over 3 years, performing over 150 shows of improvised comedy. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, give yourself a treat and catch one of our shows.