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As a member of the 29th Street Rep Theater for more than ten years, Elizabeth performed in more than a dozen productions with the ensemble including (May) in Sam Shepard's FOOL FOR LOVE, (Jeannie) in Chales Bukowski's South of No North, (Kathy) in The Last Barbeque by Brett Neveu, (Meg) in The Man Who Couldn't Dance, (Gretta) in The Firebugs by, (wife) in The Censor by Anthony Neilson, (Leila) in Bill Nave's Bible Burlesque, (Jackie Johansen) in Frederick Stroppel's Single and Proud, (Laura) in Judith Thompson's Lion In The Streets, (Janet Goodman) in JB Miller's Bobby Supreme, (woman) in Common Ground by Richard Harland Smith, (Joe) in Never The Same Ryme Twice by Rooster Mitchell, (May) in the Night of Nave by Bill Nave, (Moira) in Tammy Ryan's Vegetable Love and (Emily) in Craig Lucas' Blue Window.

Other NY stage credits include (Viola) in Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare staged at the Atlantic Theater, (Celia Ryder) in the stage premier of Brideshead Revisted staged at the Heritage Theater, Witness For The Prosecution (Other Woman) staged at the Seventh Sign Theatre Company NYC. Regionally she appeared as (Sarah) in Murder At Rutherford House by Tom Chiodo at the Wilbur Theater in Boston.

Other film and television credits include Bullets Over Broadway directed by Woody Allen, Law and Order, Bonfire of the Vanities and Bad Bride which aired on the Oxygen Network.

Elizabeth is the proud mother of a beautiful and talented six year old son and author of the Jean Lafitte International city guide series for distinguished dogs.

"May, intensely played by Elizabeth Elkins...ferocity and sexiness - moments that you can't take your eyes off." NEW YORK POST by Donald Lyons - February 28, 2002

"Elkins is a powerhouse" Fool For Love by Sam Shepard - TIMEOUT NY by Jason Zinoman - February 21, 2002

Elizabeth Elkins