Read up on news and upcoming projects below. Be sure to check for further book updates here, and more information on creative workshops here.
Eliza is returning to the music and arts department of Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital this summer as the Story Artist in the Spiral Garden Day Program. Read more about Eliza's work in therapeutic arts and arts facilitation here.
Eliza performed her workshop series Extraordinary Lessons, including a book reading and monologue performance as part of Guild Festival Theatre's 2022 Family Fest. Stay tuned for upcoming Extraordinary Lessons.
Eliza had the privilege of working on Bad Hats Theatre's new Bad Shorts series as the writer of "A Great Silence". The short film premiered as a part of Bad Hats Theatre's March Break Digital Festival. You can read more about the short here and view the full film here.
Eliza returns to the Stageworthy Podcast for a Stageworthy Live conversation with host Phil Rickaby, to discuss the journey of Harvey and the Extraordinary from the stage to the page. Visit Eliza's media page here.
Eliza's debut children's novel Harvey and the Extraordinary was published by Annick Press and his bookshelves in November 2021. Visit Eliza's writing page for further details.
Eliza has closed a run as Hermia in A Midsummer Night's Dream, with Shakespeare BASH'd. After months of rehearsal with a fantastic ensemble, Midsummer was met with a sold-out run and rave reviews. You can still check out Eliza's cast interview on her media page.
Eliza developed her third and most recent solo show BLOOM as the 2019 Creator in Residence for New Bad Ideas - Bad Hat Theatre's new development stream with the support of Theatre Direct. BLOOM was workshopped in August 2019. You can read more about BLOOM here, and New Bad Ideas here.
Eliza's first solo show O was an official selection of the United Solo Festival in New York City, and was performed in the heart of the NYC theatre district on 42 Street in November 2018. O earned a five star review and Critics' Choice from All About Solo as well as a United Solo Award for Best Satire. Read the review here.