Cast Member Profile: ELIZABETH ENGLISH

Elizabeth English  |  Actress
Elizabeth English (Mariner/Iris) is thrilled to be working with Phare Play again after participating in their delightful 24 hour play festival last month! Most recently, she appeared as Luther in "The Life and Times of Martin Luther" (Reformed) for FringeNYC, and worked as an Acting Intern with The Looking Glass Theatre. Elizabeth is a graduate of The Catholic University of America Drama Program. Favorite roles include: Mrs. Johnstone in "Blood Brothers", Countess de Lage in "The Women", Charisse in "The My House Play", and Lois Lane in "Kiss Me, Kate"....Continued

Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

The Tempest  | Open: 12/28/07 Close: 01/12/08 - Wings Theatre
Phare Play Productions is proud to present Emmy-winner Joan Darling as Prospero in their all-female production of Shakespeare's The Tempest. Known as his fantastical swan song, The Tempest follows Prospero, a deposed magician that inhabits a distant island with his young daughter Miranda. With the help of the sprite Ariel (Kerry Shear), Prospero is able to bring those responsible for his misfortunes to his island for his final retribution. Shakespeare's grand tale of revenge, betrayal, and most importantly forgiveness, comes to life under the direction of Artistic Director Blake Bradford.
Who Wears Short Shorts?  | Open: 11/03/07 Close: 11/03/07 - Independent Theater
Take 5 writers - give them 12 hours to write a 15 page script (with a couple of surprises thrown in for fun!). Thrn they hand off to five directors who will be joined by 20 actors who are then given a mere 6 hours to rehearse before putting the show onstage - one night, two shows only! Truly a night of fun as you get to see which cast can pull it off - with an audience vote for awards like Best looking cast and Best use of a prop!

And bonus: it's superhero themed!

The Brave Writers: Matt Klan, Zach Rothman-Hicks, Jennifer Spragg, Michael Weems and Kymm Zuckert

The Tenacious Directors: Kathryn Hnatio, Melissa Nocera, David Pleva, Chris Simon and Christine Vinh

The Glue Holding the Whole 21 Hours Together: Blake Bradford