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Bard In The Yard directed by Victoria Baumgartner for Will&Co. Miztli was one of twenty two actors who played Shakespeare in this outdoor production which was performed in people's gardens during the summer of 2020. Miztli received glowing reviews for her portrayal of the Bard: 'Truly lifts a mirror up to pandemic life.' Click here for mytheatremates review. For viewfromthecheapestseat review, click here.


LADYLIKES were proud to take their WIP show Top Secret House Party to The Brighton Fringe Festival on the 18th and 19th May.

Miztli completed her directorial debut for NewsRevue, the world's longest-running comedy show. She directed the show from May-July at The Canal Cafe Theatre.

Hermia / Puck in Wherefore Theatre's debut production of A Midsummer Night's Dream Directed by Courtney Larkin for the Streatham Rookery and Docklands Festival in July.

LADYLIKES debut sketch show Top Secret House Party received an Edinburgh transfer to Soho Theatreas part of the theatre's Soho Rising Festival in November.


blood wedding
Miztli as The Wife in Blood Wedding

The Wife Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca,
Presented and adapted by George Richmond-Scott,
Clapham Omnibus Theatre

Miztli as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth

Lady Macbeth Macbeth by William Shakespeare,
Dir: Max Lewendel,
Icarus Theatre Collective tour of the U.K and Ireland


Miztli and cast members in NewsRevue

NewsRevue is the world's longest-running comedy show at The Canal Cafe Theatre.

Rachel All that is the Silent Hum, by Nathan Ellis,
Dir: Weibke Green, Theatre 503 (Short Play Festival)

Miztli as Clara in Dubailand

Clara Dubailand, by Carmen Nasr, Dir: Georgie Staight, Finborough Theatre


Miztli (right) as Sadie in The Great Divide

Gem Christmas at Mildred's, co-written by the Dolly Grip ensemble,
Dir: Haley Ingram,
Bread and Roses Theatre, Hen and Chickens Theatre

Elizabeth The Subject, by Carolyn Kras, Dir: Eleanor Heydon,
Slam, Kings Cross

Sadie, Sophie, Clara The Great Divide, by Alix Sobler, Dir: Rory McGregor,
Finborough Theatre

Sarah Birdwatching, by Helen Strutt, Dir: Lois Jeary, RADA Festival

Sarah Lick, by Ali Dunk, Dir: Benjamin Rogers, Waterloo East Theatre

Self The Pursuit of App-iness, by Miztli Rose Neville,
DollyGrip Productions,
Dir: Rosie Jones, Emma Pritchard, RADA Festival


Celia in As You Like It

Celia As You Like It, by William Shakespeare, Dir: Michael Fentiman, RADA

Marjorie and Ethel Pot and Kettle, and How The Vote Was Won,
Women at RADA, Dir: Susannah Tresilian, Bloomsbury Festival

Carmen Sweet Charity, by Neil Simon, Dir: Geoff Bullen, RADA

Various The Seven Ages of Woman, Fourth Wave, RADA Festival


Veronica in Women of Twilight

Veronica Women of Twilight, by Sylvia Rayman, Dir: Psyche Stott, RADA

Isabella Measure for Measure, by William Shakespeare,
Dir: Rosamund Hutt, RADA

Monika Thames Boat Project, Dir: Cressida Brown, RADA


Medea Medea, by Euripides, Dir: Robert Price, RADA


Dolly Daring Marisa Carnesky's Finishing School, Dir: Marisa Carnesky, Roundhouse

Rehearsed Readings


Tina Haunted People, by Richard Appleby, Dir: Jack Bowman,
The So and So Arts Club

Lola, Mattie Ross After Orlando, by various writers, Dir: Clare Bloomer, Finborough Theatre

Valeria The Cardinal, Dir: Justin Audiberet, RADA

Lynne and various Innocence Lost, Women at RADA, by Beverly Cooper,
Dir: Amanda Hope, RADA

Site Specific


Living Breathing Blank Canvas Project Pygmalion, Dir: Alice Robinson,
Cross Arts Collective