RECENT NEWS
COMIC CON - SALT LAKE CITY 

August 2013

 

Elizabeth will be attending Comic Con this September, for the screening of her Action/Comedy/End of the World feature film "The Last Man(s) On Earth" - "saving the world like there's no tomorrow".

 

Invited to be a guest speaker on a number of panels, she will be there for the entire weekend, 5th-8th September.

 

Come and say hi!

PETER PAN : THE BOY WHO HATED MOTHERS

July 2013

Thrilled to sign on to such an incredible project, Elizabeth returns to the Blank Theater for the second time this year, playing 3 roles in this new, darker version of the traditional classic tale written by Michael Lluberes. Starting the play as the distraught and maddened Mrs.Darling, she breaks through into the tempestuous and demented Hook, finishing the play as Wendy.

 

As a woman, the opportunity to play Hook doesn't come around that often, and she feels incredibly blessed to join the team of female actors across the globe who have shared in playing such a delicious character. The production is critically acclaimed and has extended to August 18th.

YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL - STELLA ADLER THEATER

June 2013

Elizabeth is supporting the Blank Theater's annual Young Playwright's Festival in Hollywood, alongside Noah Wyle, Virginia Madsen and a whole host of celebrities, by playing one of the lead roles in the new play " The Gates ", by Abigail Flowers. Set in a Western Saloon, Elizabeth plays Lucy, the quick talking, no nonsense bar wench. While initially a comedic character, Flowers tempers the script peeling the layers of cunning, manipulation and power to reveal that Lucy is in fact, Lucifer, pulling the strings over the descent into hell.

 

An incredible role and a wonderful festival - to support young playwrights as they make their initial steps into the industry.

 

 

 

TRAINSPOTTING - THE PLAY - EXTENSION

May 2013

 

Due to sell out shows and mass critical acclaim, TRAINSPOTTING at the Elephant Theater in Hollywood is to be extended, yet again. Elizabeth continues to receive praise from critics and theater-goers alike for her 3 roles in the production, the most prominent role being Lizzie MacIntosh, the feiry, no nonsense "IT" girl on the Scottish scene and girlfriend to Tommy.

 

Elizabeth is quoted as saying that this production has been the best theater experience of her life to date. The raw and shocking script filled with beauty and devastation, combined with the incredible castmates she had the honor of working with, and support from Irvine Welsh himself, has resulted in a phenomenal play with a beautiful team of souls and the role of a lifetime.