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Keynote Speaking

As a seasoned solo-performance artist and yoga/meditation instructor specializing in teaching mindfulness in non-traditional settings, Eli customizes keynote speeches and wellness workshops for corporations and special events. For inquiries or bookings, email eliwalkerprojects@gmail.com.


  Production still from original one-woman show "STEPS," performed at Wings Theatre in NYC, 2010.

Production still from original one-woman show "STEPS," performed at Wings Theatre in NYC, 2010.

Self-Scripted Projects

Eli has been an avid monologuist since age 8, when she wrote her first one-woman show--a feminist adaptation of the classic "Little Red Riding Hood."

At 16, she uncovered a copy of Lily Tomlin's "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe," and performed her favorite monologues from the show to anyone who would listen...and even for those who wouldn't. 

  Directing "Pleasure as Usual." Cinematography by Mike Palzkill (left).

Directing "Pleasure as Usual." Cinematography by Mike Palzkill (left).

 Performing a piece from "The Quarter-Life Crisis Monologues" in 2016.

Performing a piece from "The Quarter-Life Crisis Monologues" in 2016.

  Production still from original one-woman show "STEPS," performed at Shake Rag Alley in Mineral Point, WI, 2010.

Production still from original one-woman show "STEPS," performed at Shake Rag Alley in Mineral Point, WI, 2010.

Eli's previous original one-woman shows include "STEPS," produced at Wings Theatre in New York City in 2010, and later at Shake Rag Alley in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, and "COUNTING," produced and performed at the Experimental Theatre Wing through NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.

Her most recent one-woman show, entitled, "The Quarter-Life Crisis Monologues," premiered at the PIT NYC in October 2017.

 Co-writing a new documentary entitled "Beauty Kills..." with So Young Yang.

Co-writing a new documentary entitled "Beauty Kills..." with So Young Yang.

In the fall of 2016, Eli produced and directed her first original short film, starring, well, herself, and Al Sapienza (The Sopranos, House of Cards, the Big Short). 

Stay tuned for performance dates for her next one-woman show entitled, "Kill the Buddha," directed by Jonathon Libman.


Videos

Self-scripted, produced and directed.