Live From the Lizard Lounge



  • Join The Lizards (Kirsten “Kiki” deLohr Helland and Justin Huertas of the award-winning Lizard Boy The Musical) as they perform a concert recorded live from their Seattle lounge (aka Justin’s apartment!). Performing some of their favorite songs, Kiki and Justin will get you rockin’ in your home while reflecting on their process, favorite Lizard memories, while answering questions from viewers. Grab a cocktail and saddle up for an intimate evening with two reptilian rock musical geniuses!
    Stream Access expires June 6th, 2020.


  • Justin Huertas is an award-winning playwright, composer-lyricist, and actor. His original musical Lizard Boy world-premiered at Seattle Rep (4 Gregory Awards, Seattle Times Footlight Award), toured to San Diego’s Diversionary Theatre (Craig Noel Award), and had two staged readings at Playwrights Horizons. His follow-up fantasy The Last World Octopus Wrestling Champion (with additional music by Steven Tran) premiered at ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery. Lydia & the Troll is third in his series of Seattle-set modern-myth musicals. Justin wrote music and lyrics for Book-It Repertory Theatre’s Howl’s Moving Castle and for The Lamplighter with co-authors Sara Porkalob and Kirsten “Kiki” deLohr Helland. Find him on social media: “Justin Writes Musicals.”

    Kirsten “Kiki” deLohr Helland is a Seattle-based, award-winning performer and collaborator. Seattle Repertory Theatre: Lizard Boy. The 5th Avenue Theatre: The Sound of Music (Maria), Grease (Rizzo), Oklahoma! (Ado Annie), Elf (Jovie), Hairspray in Concert (Penny Pingleton), Pirates of PenzanceRent and Titanic in Concert. Village Theatre: Les Miserables (Eponine), Trails (Amy), The Tutor (Hildegarde).  Village Theatre Beta Series: String (Lachesis), Afterwords (Jo). ArtsWest: American Idiot (Whatsername). Film: Laggies. When she isn’t acting, Kiki enjoys True Crime Documentaries, singing with her lifelong best friend Justin Huertas and spending as much time in Disneyland as possible. She holds a B.F.A. from Pacific Lutheran University.

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