This spring, Eliza has been digging into a busy season of auditions and working as a performer with Theatre by Committee on their new immersive experience. Eliza has been hard at work teaching with Shakespeare in Action, Purple Carrots Drama Studio and Children's Arts Theatre School as well as leading an exciting new Queen Bees co-curricular partnership. Eliza is focused on several writing projects at present, the most immediate being revisions on Harvey & The Extraordinary for an upcoming run in the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival. 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!
You can next catch Eliza performing at "Thank You For Being A Friend", an event in support of The Period Purse. Join for a night of music, comedy and storytelling! Bring your laughter and a box of tampons to The Attic, 1402 Queen Street East on May 15th.
Eliza was thrilled to have been apart of Theatre By Committee's immersive, theatrical experience "Best Kept Secrets" as part of their 2018 season. Read more about TBC's upcoming season "From the Ground Up" here.
Eliza has just received news that her solo show O has been accepted to the United Solo Festival in New York City, and will be performed at Theatre Row in the heart of the NYC theatre district on 42 Street in November 2018. Click above to read more about the festival and grab your tickets here.
Eliza had the opportunity to read as Mummy/Swift in a reading of Shannon Boeckner's new play "Swift and Mighty" in March 2018.
Eliza is thrilled to have accepted a teaching position with Children's Arts Theatre School. C.A.T.S holds a special place in Eliza's heart as it was her own drama school which she attended from the ages of eight to fourteen! Learn more about C.A.T.S here.
Eliza was invited to be a guest on the podcast Millenials vs Classics. You can find more information about the podcast and listen to the episode here.
Eliza is thrilled to have won the January 2018 Toronto Monologue Slam! Eliza thoroughly enjoyed her first time competing in the slam, and was proud to kick of the 7th Season as Champion. Find out more about the event here.
After it's inaugural course, which ran January 20th to March 3rd 2018, Queen Bees is now half way through an exciting eight week co-curricular partnership, as well as planning for their Spring Drop-in Session on June 16th! Learn more about Eliza's initiative here and stay up to date on upcoming classes!
Inspired by her work in arts education, Eliza has been working on writing several stories for children. She looks forward to exploring the world of Children's literature as she delves further into her writing process.
Eliza's just finished teaching another successful TD Shakespeare for Kids Library class with SiA. Learn about the companies various workshops, programs and shows here.