Lindsay Hallady
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Lindsay Hallady

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Lyrical Hip-Hop Wordsmith.
East Coast Mid West Poetess.

Lindsay Halladay, AKA The Lindz, has been writing and performing her original material since a young age as an outlet for a difficult adolescence. Out of the Rutgers University poetry phenomenon, Verbal Mayhem, The Lindz, toured the nation and began teaching poetry to students of all levels. Like none other, she knows how to take those seemingly insignificant moments and rearrange them into life-altering realizations. With subject matter ranging from cereal to sex appeal, rhythm to arrhythmias, books, bombs, race relations and everything in-between, her work is silly, sardonic, insightful, nostalgic, and downright riotous.

Her work has been featured all cross the country including The Arnoff Center for the Arts in Cincinnati, Capital Center for the Arts in NH, and The University of Illinois ; The Bowery Poetry Club, Bar 13, The Pink Pony, Makor, Urban Erotica, and Symphonics in NYC; Temple Bar, Miyagi’s, Zen, Da Poetry Lounge, Room 5, The Derby and Spoken Funk, in LA. The Lindz has also been featured at the Tony-Award winning Crossroads Theater in New Brunswick, NJ, where she won an Emerging Artist’s Award, is featured in the critically acclaimed hip-hop documentary Graffiti Verite, and has been showcased on NBC’s “Your LA” as well as Stevie Wonder’s 102.3FM Spoken Word Wednesday’s!

Coming off two sold out performances for the LA Women’s Theater Festival, The Lindz’s next project is the documentary SPEAK, in which she will mentor inner city youth and help them create their own spoken word.

With two degrees from Rutgers University in both English Lit and Theatre Arts, Lindsay is certainly living out her liberal arts education as accomplished writer, artist, actress and poetess. Theatre credits include Joan of Arc in The Lark – Off B’way, In-Pieces at The Arthur Seleen Theater, Sylvia, Baby with The Bathwater, and Cheryl in Still Life.

With The Lindz,
what you get may not be what you see,
so you best look and listen
very, very closely.