Lia Mortensen is delighted to be with The Den Theatre where she last directed Quality of Life. Chicago acting credits include the Pulitzer prize-winning Rabbit Hole at Goodman Theatre; ATC: The Big Meal; Rivendell: Fighting Words; Northlight: Lady Windermere’s Fan, Sky Girls, and Talley’s Folly; Chicago Shakespeare Theatre: All’s Well That Ends Well and Measure for Measure; Steppenwolf: Closer and Faith Healer (for which she received a Jeff Nomination and the Sarah Siddons-Actress of the Year Award); Remmy Bumpo: Night and Day (premiere production); Organic: Aristocrats; Classic American Theatre: Voice of the Turtle and Glass Menagerie (w/ Celeste Holm); Next: Well, A Doll’s House, Macbeth, and The Illusion; and several productions at Court Theatre. Lia adds her first co-directing credit (w/ Ryan Martin) with The Den Theater’s Bus Stop by William Inge. Film credits include the remake of Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) and Blink. Television credits include The Chicago Code, Family Practice, Early Edition and Missing Persons. She has numerous voiceover commercial credits and is also an ensemble member of Provision Theater .