Lisette Glodowski was born and raised in Wine Country California, and born into theatre and dance. She and her two sisters, Cherise and Jillienne, grew up training in classical ballet and contemporary dance at Marin Dance Theatre, and they were all on track to becoming professional ballet dancers. But one went into mathematics, one went into stem cell research, her brother Colin became a paramedic - But Lisette stayed the course, and followed after her mother’s pathway to a future in Theatre Arts.
Lisette attended East Carolina University where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theatre, Professional Acting, and Dance Performance. During her undergrad life, she worked professionally in regional theatre, trained with Jacob’s Pillow Summer Dance Intensive for Musical Theatre Jazz, and completed the two year Sanford Meisner Acting Training. By the end of her senior year, Lisette had been in countless mainstage performances, including one she wrote and starred in herself: Velvet Over Steel - Music and Lyrics by Lisette Glodowski, and Book by Lisette Glodowski and Cherise Glodowski - A WWII story that encompasses many of her family’s history.
Right after graduation and a summer of performing, Lisette attended New York University - Tisch School of the Arts, where she earned and completed her Masters as a composer, lyricist, book-writer at The Graduate Musical Theatre Program - Cycle 28. While she was in the midst of graduate school, she was nominated for Best Choreography for A Professional Musical by BroadwayWorld in 2018 for the production of ONCE at Theatre Raleigh.
Lisette Glodowski and writing partner Richard C. Walter have two full length musicals in development with goals of heading on a path towards Broadway. Clicquot, A Revolutionary Musical, inspired by the true story of Barbe-Nicole Clicquot Ponsardin, the woman who revolutionized the champagne industry and left her legacy: Veuve Clicquot Champagne. And Tambora, The Lost Kingdom, the historical fiction about the true volcanic eruption that wiped out the kingdom of Tambora in ten minutes causing the year without summer 1815 and 1816, that focuses on women in science, cultural exchange, homosexuality, human rights and history.