Having just developed and workshopped her third solo show with Bad Hats Theatre in August, and with a run of A Midsummer Night's Dream set to begin in mid-November, Eliza is looking forward to a lot of time in the theatre. In addition to her acting, Eliza is continuing several writing projects and a busy teaching schedule. After finishing up a fall of guest artists visits across the city, Eliza looks forward to jumping into winter classes with Purple Carrots Drama Studio and and Queen Bees Arts Education. Find more information on Eliza's pen and paper ventures here, her work in arts education here, and check out what's new and upcoming!
Eliza has been cast as Hermia/Moth in A Midsummer Night's Dream, with Shakespeare BASH'd. After months of rehearsal with a fantastic ensemble, Midsummer is set to run November 12th to 17th. Tickets are nearly sold out - click here to scoop up the last few and check out Eliza's cast interview on her media page.
Eliza is thrilled to be developing her third 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's first workshop will be 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.
Inspired by her work in arts education, Eliza has been working on several exciting writing projects for children. She looks forward to exploring the world of Children's literature as she delves further into her writing process.
Harvey & The Extraordinary closed a sold-out run at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival to rave reviews. Eliza is now nominated for a My Entertainment World Critics' Pick Award for Outstanding Solo Performance. Read her nominee interview here, more about the show here, and visit the press page to read up on the reviews.
After finishing their 2019 Spring Open House, Queen Bees looks forward to a long summertime rest before opening registration for their Winter Course! In the meantime you can check out Queen Bees' summer reading list Honey in the Hive. Learn more about Eliza's initiative here and stay up to date on upcoming classes!