Elizabeth’s work hones in on the psychological drama at the heart of each story.
Her current artistic focuses are chamber plays and musicals.
Hildegard: An Unfinished Revolution
Reading of latest draft at Prop Thtr
July 21, 2019
Three by Celeste Burns for arciTEXT 19: Forbidden Fruit
Performances March 24-26, 2019
I Know My Own Heart
Written by Emma Donoghue
Pride Films & Plays, January 10 - February 10, 2019
The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Arts at Trinity College, Dublin
M.F.A. in Theatre Directing
B.A. in History with a Certificate in Theatre
Elizabeth moved to Chicago in 2015 after completing an MFA in theatre directing at the Lir National Academy of Dramatic Arts at Trinity College, Dublin.
Recent directing credits include sketch comedy like Devin Middleton’s Where All the White Sneakers At? (Second City), chamber plays including Duncan Macmillan’s Lungs (Granary Theatre, Cork, Ireland) and Restore (Three Brothers Theater), and collaborations with Reddyk & Krupp (Hildegard, The Thanksgiving Circumcision).
She has also assistant directed at Chicago Dramatists (A Work of Art, dir. Henry Godinez), Chicago Shakespeare Theater (Love’s Labor’s Lost, dir. Marti Maraden), and Victory Gardens (Fun Home, Gary Griffin).
by Nick Payne
MFA thesis production| Lir National Academy for Dramatic Arts, Trinity College Dublin | 2014
Photo by: Keith Dixon
I Know My Own Heart by Emma Donoghue
Pride Films & Plays
Hildegard: A New Musical by Ethan Krupp & Davyd Reddyk
With a Machete Productions | Chicago Fringe Festival
Harvey by Mary Chase
Three Brothers Theater
Where all the White Sneakers At? by Devin Middleton
Murder, They Wrote | Stop the Insanity: A Low Fat Murder Mystery | Trick or Trump | Sketchfest
The Artist’s Lab | Fall 2016 Cycle | Stage 773
Lungs by Duncan Macmillan
Granary Theatre | Cork, Ireland
Detailed Portfolio and Projects
Merrily We Roll Along
by Stephen Sondheim & George Furth
Princeton University Players, 2012
Photo by: Princeton University Players