Rougher Magic creates ‘Miranda 1’ (of 3)

Elizabeth Goodyear plays ‘MIRANDA 1’

Elizabeth Goodyear as 'Sarah Sprackling' in The Art of Success

Elizabeth Goodyear
as ‘Sarah Sprackling’
in The Art of Success

NSTC SHOWS / ROLES

  • Orestes 2.1 – ‘Helen’
  • Marion Bridge – ‘Theresa’
  • Tooth of Crime (2nd Dance) – ‘Meera’ / ‘Ref’
  • The Art of Success – ‘Sarah Sprackling’
  • Rougher Magic: A cubist Shakespeare – ‘Miranda 1’
  • Elizabeth Goodyear as ‘Meera' in Tooth of Crime (2nd Dance)

    Elizabeth Goodyear as ‘Meera’
    in Tooth of Crime (2nd Dance)

    Elizabeth Goodyear has made a few appearances with Nasty Shadows, having first appeared as ‘Helen’ in the Company’s production of Orestes 2.1 in spring ’09. Recently quite active in other groups around town as well, she also appeared as ‘Theresa’ in the fall ’09 production of Marion Bridge. She was ‘Francesca’ in Theatre UNB’s production of Perfect Pie and she also performed with Bard in the Barracks, playing ‘Lady M’’s Gentlewoman in Macbeth and ‘(The Countess) Gloucester’ in King Lear. Tooth’s ‘Meera’ was a groovy departure from how we’ve seen Elizabeth in the past, and her haunting portrayal of Sarah Sprackling in The Art of Success will not soon be forgotten. The Company is all the better for having Elizabeth’s grace and authority on stage – ‘Miranda 1’ is about to school the others on this island of Rougher Magic.



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    Posted on August 12, 2014, in Production News, Theatre Stuff, Theatrical Stuff and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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