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Lita Lopez is an actor, writer and improviser.   She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Performance with an Associated Study in Writing and Literature from the University of Evansville, one of the most selective theatre programs in the U.S.

Lita continued her writing education with several years of Playwriting Workshop at the esteemed Victory Gardens Theatre in Chicago, IL.  She also became an ensemble member of the all-Latina theatre company, Teatro Luna.  Lita’s work with Teatro Luna included being a cast member and contributing writer to the original productions Dejame Contarte (Let Me Tell You) and The Maria Chronicles.  The Maria Chronicles premiered during the 1st Annual Latino Theatre Festival hosted by the renowned Goodman Theatre.

Eventually, Lita made the leap to Los Angeles to pursue film and television work.  She still adores the stage though, and can be seen improvising every Saturday night at L.A. Connection Comedy Theatre with her short form improv group Temporary Insanity.

Lita’s screenplay Most This Amazing Day recently won 1st Place in the 2013 Women’s Independent Film Festival screenwriting competition.

Lita is also a competitive billiards player and has created Ladies Night Billiards Lessons to share her love and passion of the game with other women!

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