Elizabeth A. Davis

Elizabeth A. Davis appeared in Indecent (2019) at the Huntington. Broadway credits include Once (Tony Award Nomination). Off Broadway credits include The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Caucasian Chalk Circle, and Allegro (Drama Desk Award Nomination, Classic Stage Company); My Name's Not Indian Joe (Davenport Theater); King Lear (Secret Theater); Dust Can't Kill Me (New York Musical Festival Award, June Havoc Theater); Zorba! (City Center Encores!); Wolves (59E59 Theaters); Once (New York Theatre Workshop); and 39 Steps (New World Stages). Regional credits include Rain (The Old Globe); My Name’s Not Indian Joe (Goodspeed Opera House); The Misanthrope and Devil’s Disciple (Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey); Streetcar Named Desire (Cleveland Play House); and Once (American Repertory Theater). Television and film credits include “Blue Bloods,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” “Fringe,” “Taxi Brooklyn,” Trauma Is A Time Machine, Blur Circle, and Ben Platt’s “Older.” Ms. Davis received her BFA from Baylor University and a MFA from Case Western Reserve University at Cleveland Play House.@ElizabetADavis

(As of May 2019)

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