Lindsey Griffith is a performer, playwright, and interdisciplinary artist. Currently based in Baltimore, Maryland, she was born and raised in Southern Kansas and incubated in the warm wet belly of Kansas City’s weird collaborative art community, where she lived and worked for 10 years. Her practice ranges from community-based experimental productions and interactive art to solo performance, mixing elements of theatre and contemporary performance with sculptural props and costumes to tell stories that are absurd, funny, complex, and strange. She loves to self-produce her plays and take them on tour in her station wagon but she also has performed at venues and festivals such as Abrons Arts Center in NYC, Hardesty Art Center in Tulsa, Space 538 in Portland ME, TBA Festival in Portland OR, POP! Festival in Montreal, and High Fest in Yerevan, Armenia. She holds a BA in English from Rockhurst University and an MFA in Theatre from Towson University. She is a former member of performance collaboratives Whoop Dee Doo and Linz & Chaz, and a current contributor to Shitty Guy Theater, an experimental lo-fi overhead projector comedy show. She received her B.A. in English from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO., and her M.F.A. in Theatre from Towson University in Baltimore, MD.