Now a Graduate of Manhattan School of Music, Elizabeth is finding endless joy in telling stories and creating new worlds. This nature gal has successfully made the transition into becoming a big city gal, and she is loving every moment of it.
Some of her recent performances include Sister Margaretta in Utah Shakespeare Festival's The Sound of Music, MSM’s The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Rosa Bud), The Drama League Gala honoring Sutton Foster, and a workshop production of Galt MacDermot’s The Human Comedy, directed by Sammi Cannold at New York City Center.
Read Elizabeth's Interview with Manhattan School of Music
Having spent her childhood growing up in the city, on a farm, and in the mountains— Elizabeth is an adventurous spirit. She is constantly ready to try new things, collaborate with different people, and fling her arms open at any moment to sing “the hills are alive…” like she is back in the Colorado Rockies, where she hails.
At 6 years old, she grabbed the mic and belted “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” at the top of her lungs at one of her grandfather’s gigs… and the rest was history. In middle school, she developed an obsession with Shari Lewis and performed puppet shows for her siblings, dogs, and neighbors. Though she eventually ditched the sock puppets, her hunger to entertain stayed with her for the rest of her life.
Elizabeth as Ms. Scarlet in Utah Shakespeare Festival's Clue