Meet Grief Dialogues Assistant Director Leslie Wisdom

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Leslie is a writer, performer and director, appearing in musical theater, plays, children’s theater, readings and cabarets throughout Seattle.  She assistant directed Parade and The Last Day of Judas of Iscariot (Sound Theatre Company) and Peter and the Starcatcher (Coeur d’ Alene Summer Theatre). Leslie recently completed a musical adaptation of a classic children’s novel and is currently writing an original children’s musical and the new musical The Time Left which explores the universal currency of time that we all have the privilege to spend and the inevitably intertwined nature of relationship, time, and loss.

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