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Lindsay Williams

After graduating from FALA, Lindsay moved to New Orleans, LA three days before Hurricane Katrina. While waiting for the city to open back up, she spent a semester at Milwaukee’s Marquette University before returning to New Orleans to study at Tulane University. At Tulane, Lindsay was able to foster her creativity while traveling the world and pursuing her academic and performance dreams and continued to do so even after moving to Hattiesburg, MS in 2011. Among the many delights of her stage career, she has had the opportunity to dance with the Newcomb Dance Company, Oklahoma Festival Ballet, and Alvin Ailey II. Also an actress, Lindsay has appeared in numerous plays and musicals, including: Oliver! (“Nancy”), The Rocky Horror Show (“Magenta”), Evita (“Eva Peron”), Macbeth (“Lady Macbeth”), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (“Yitzhak”), Cabaret (“Sally Bowles”), The Wizard of Oz (“Professor Marvel/Wizard of Oz”), Into the Woods (“Lucinda”), Jesus Christ Superstar, and others.

Lindsay and her husband, Miles Doleac, run a Mississippi-based production company, Historia Films, that has successfully produced and received international distribution for six feature films since its inception in 2012. Something of a jack-of-all-trades, Lindsay has served in many capacities, primarily as Costume Designer and Producer, on each of Historia Films’ feature films: The Historian (2014), The Hollow (2016), Demons (2017), Hallowed Ground (2019), The Dinner Party (2020), and Demigod (2021), and their many short films. She has also appeared in every Historia Films project: The Historian (“Dawne”), The Hollow (“Dinah”), Two Birds (short) (“Clara”), Demons (“Kayleigh”), Light & Shadow (short)(“Alice”), Handsome (short) (“Escort”), Ahura (short) (“The Woman”), Hallowed Ground (“Alice”), The Dinner Party (“Sadie”), and Demigod (“Hettica”). Lindsay designs wedding gowns and costuming for film and theatre and was also president of Hattiesburg Civic Light Opera, one of the longest continuously operating community theatre organizations in Mississippi before moving back to New Orleans in 2019. Lindsay continues to write, act, and produce while pursuing her many other interests. Beginning in the Fall of 2022, Lindsay will be teaching Production Design courses for the digital Filmmaking Department at Loyola University. Lindsay earned a Bachelor’s degree in Classics and Anthropology from Tulane University and a Master’s degree in Ancient History from USM.

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