Education: BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Arizona.

Musical Theatre Credits Include:

Helen Bechdel-Fun Home

Diana Goodman-Next to Normal

Yitzhak-Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2020 Carmen Award Winner: Best Supporting Actor in a Musical)

Donna-Mamma Mia (2018 MAC Award Nominee: Best Actress in a Musical)

Ulla-Mel Brooks’ The Producers (2017 MAC Award Nominee: Best Actress in a Musical)

Woman 1-Stars of David

Darlene-The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical

Woman 2-The World Goes Round, The Songs of Kander and Ebb

Madame Thernardier-Les Miserables (2014 MAC Award Nominee: Best Actress in a Musical)

Woman 2-Closer than Ever (2013 MAC Award Winner: Best Actress in a Musical)

Georgie-The Full Monty 


B.J.-The Marvelous Wonderettes 

Celeste #1-Sunday in the Park with George 

Woman 2-Songs for a New World

Miss Thorn-Ruthless, the Musical


Mister Bing’s Supper Club-Headliner, 2017, 2016, 2015.

Self-Produced-2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2022

Special Events Include:

Rialto Theatre Annual Gala-Rat Pack-2018

Let Freedom Sing-2017

Broadway Tonight-2017

Angel Charity Monte Carlo Night -2022

Education: BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Arizona.


“Liz Cracchiolo’s Ulla, the sexpot who revs up both Max and Leo’s engines in Arizona Onstage’s ‘The Producers,’ conveyed the sultriness and innocence of the character with complete honesty.”-Arizona Daily Star

“Liz Cracchiolo’s turn as the thieving innkeeper Madame Thénardier displayed her powerful voice and great comedic chops in Arizona Onstage Productions’ ‘Les Misérables.’”-Arizona Daily Star

Liz Cracchiolo sank into the character with pain and heart. And when she sings, the angels stand still. Cracchiolo is a joy to watch and hear.”-Arizona Daily Star

“The cast is led by the talented Liz Cracchiolo, who gives the grief-stricken Diana humanity and courage even in the midst of despair. This is a role that would be easy to over-do; that never happens in Cracchiolo’s capable hands.”-Tucson Stage

“The Mac goes to Liz Cracchiolo for her performance in ‘Closer Than Ever.’ She has attitude, a beautiful voice, and a strong comedic sense, and they all came together in this moving production.”-Arizona Daily Star

Liz Cracchiolo’s loud, brassy and big-hearted Georgie, the wife of a tubby Dave, bounced with energy and gumption. She was a kick to watch, and even more fun to hear sing — she has a beautiful voice.”-Arizona Daily Star

“Last and certainly not least, Liz Cracchiolo plays Bruce’s wife Helen, who spends the better part of the story as a reserved and understated second fiddle. Cracchiolo might have been left to her own devices in search of an arc, but lucky for us she has the tenacity to shape the necessary throughline. She doesn’t say much, but when she does, eventually, the walls will shake from a piercing clarity that brooks no bullshit.”-Broadway World

“Simply put, Cracchiolo is a marvel – a superb talent with remarkable vocal chops and a dynamic emotional range to boot. She gives us an intensely passionate Diana who takes on the biggest fight of her life while averting the easy bait to depict a powerless victim of chemistry and circumstance.”-Broadway World



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