Elizabeth Lucas is a director, producer, and serial creative entrepreneur currently launching the new company Free Range Humans, producing story-driven immersive entertainment, from site specific theatre to augmented reality. Elizabeth made her feature directing debut with three genre movies about New York City past, present and future: her rock musical movie, CLEAR BLUE TUESDAY, her slasher flick, RED HOOK, and her Sci-fi FADE TO WHITE, all of which garnered award recognition and have gone on to distribution. She’s also made several multi-award-winning short films, which have appeared in 50+ festivals worldwide and won Best Director and Special Achievement awards. Elizabeth has been warmly reviewed by the New York Times for her musical theatre directing and original narratives, working with Tony-winning talent and Broadway writers from NYC to Alaska. She especially enjoys directing new musicals and loves helping emerging writers and artists find their voice. Elizabeth recently established New Spire Arts, a new performing arts venue and education facility in downtown Frederick, MD. She is one of the founders of the New York Music Theatre Festival.