Lizzie Redner

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Lizzie Redner is a New York City improv and sketch comedian based out of the Magnet Theater.


Lizzie Redner is a native new yorker who grew up in Park Slope and attended St. Ann's School in Brooklyn Heights. She graduated from Clark University with a B.A. in Theater Arts. During her four years at Clark she directed the improv group, won first place in two stand up comedy competitions, directed the annual 24 hour sketch show, starred in several plays, and received an Alice Higgins Scholarship to fund her senior thesis, "Five Second Delay," an original sketch comedy production which earned her High Honors. Immediately after graduation, Lizzie began her improv and sketch comedy training at Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, and interned at the UCB Theater in Manhattan for a year. While there she performed in several shows, including "Blackout," a sketch comedy show consisting of 30 second sketches. In 2006, she continued her training at The Magnet Theater under the highly regarded Armando Diaz. Past Magnet shows include “Les Encompentent” and “Luxury”. In 2009, she premiered her solo sketch show, “Room Full of Bulldogs”.

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