Finding Elizabeth Taylor

solo performance · leo rising, inc. · Ages 12+ · United States

one person show
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NANCY PARADISE certified reviewer June 16, 2013
Amazing. Just amazing. Elizabeth is wonderful. I entered her world - felt her sadness, triumphs and love. I want to go again. She is beautiful and a great actress/comedienne. It was amazing.... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 18, 2013
I met Elizabeth in a random moment between shows, and was struck by her charm and charisma. I immediately got tickets to see this show, and am so glad I did. I don't know what I expected, but I can tell you I was very satisfied. Elizabeth has spent her whole life carrying the burden of a famous name, but has risen to the challenge. Her performance was funny, sad, but most of all, relatable, as she recounted her experiences in her journey to find Elizabeth Taylor. Don't miss this show.... full review
MATTHEW FAULS certified reviewer June 19, 2013
A beautiful heart wrenching show about a woman who hailed from California and moved to New York. Beautiful images, beautiful lights and projections. She performed with such artistry and mastery that one can only be compelled by here vulnerable and personal performance. Congratulations Elizabeth Taylor!... full review
RUTH STEWART certified reviewer June 22, 2013
This was a great one woman show- drama, comedy, questions of identity all rolled into one. And the acting was wonderful- not a missed beat in the whole thing.... full review
JANET KATZ certified reviewer July 04, 2013
I was extremely impressed by Elizabeth's performance and play. She's written a remarkable coming-of-age play, which revolves around growing up with a famous name, and the impact it's had on her life. Her story is unique yet universal for American women and the many issues we face growing up, such as self-image, sexuality, and independence. She revealed personal details about her life in an honest, gutsy and occasionally hilarious performance, including struggles with weight and relationships with men. Elizabeth is a consummate actress. She portrayed multiple people so convincingly that I was completely caught up in the 75-minute play. She ended on a high, with a poignant comment from her father which brought tears, laughter, and a stan... full review