Love, Loss, and What I Blog: Spotlight on Lisa Horner

Lisa is returning to the Panasonic Theatre where she was last seen as Claire, David’s mother in My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding, the 2009 Toronto Fringe Festival hit that was picked up and expanded by Mirvish Productions.  A critical and financial success,  it played to over 60,000 people in under six months and was recently named number seven in Toronto Life Magazine’s ‘Top Fifty Reasons We Love Toronto’.

Past credits include five seasons with the Shaw Festival (Ruth Sherwood Wonderful Town, Tessie Tura Gypsy, Liz Imbrie High Society, Julia Browne After the Dance, Something on the Side, Diana of Dobson’s, Pal Joey),  two seasons with the Stratford Festival (Fiddler on the Roof, Patience, world premiere of Good Mother),  as well as productions with Canstage, Drayton Entertainment, The Grand Theatre, Neptune Theatre, Red Barn Theatre, Theatre Aquarius, and Stage West Mississauga.

TV and Film credits include Little Mosque on the Prairie (recurring role of Ellen Parvy), Majority Rules, Wind at my Back, Road to Avonlea, Double Wedding and the upcoming feature film Lullaby for Pi.

You may also have seen Lisa yell “Start the Car!” in an award winning Ikea commercial seen literally around the world. Always for Mum.