Lisa-Jayne Rattray - Musical Theatre Lecturer

About Lisa Jayne

Lisa Jayne Rattray

Musical Theatre Lecturer

Lisa-Jayne trained in Scotland, London and Leeds where she graduated with a first class Honours Degree in Musical Theatre.

Lisa-Jayne’s performing career has been on both stage and screen. Her most recent stage roles include Miss Adelaide - Guys and Dolls, Velma Kelly - Chicago, Nancy - Oliver, Rizzo - Grease, Maureen Johnson - Rent, Leata - Hair, Audrey - Little Shop of Horrors and Mabel Washington in the World Premier of Fame Forever where Lisa-Jayne had the experience of working under the direction of Father Fame himself - David De Silva.

Lisa-Jayne has also performed as a headline vocalist in various concerts throughout the UK, including Sunday Night Live at the London Palladium and has sang with various artists including Rod Stewart and Amy MacDonald.

Lisa-Jayne was also selected as a featured soloist in the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony

Her TV credits include Yorkshire’s TV’s ‘Exposed’ and BBC’S Feel The Force where she worked under the direction of BAFTA winner Tristram Shapeero.

Lisa-Jayne is also an experienced director and vocal coach, and has been delivering Musical Theatre programmes for over 15 years.

Lisa-Jayne is currently playing Magenta in the Rocky Horror tribute UK tour and you can see her at Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year returning to reprise her role of Lady Macbeth in a new musical.


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