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Elizabeth Aspenleider

Murder Romp

by B.A. Nilsson October 24, 2013

Elizabeth Aspenlieder and Jason Asprey. Photo by Enrico Spada.

  So maybe the guy isn’t who we—ah! I see. I should have guessed it. And that’s because she was wishing all along that he’d—wait. Maybe not. Because now she’s—shit. Didn’t see that coming. There’s good reason ...

Shakespeare & Company Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre

Irish Family Values

by B.A. Nilsson August 22, 2013

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  We know that profundities are strewn throughout the small talk that comprises most of our conversations, and what little self-awareness we cultivate these days probably goes to trying to pluck any such clues out of ...

Shakespeare & Company

Bummer

by James Yeara July 19, 2012

Parasite Drag begins with Joellen (Elizabeth Aspenlieder) looking out of the upstage center door, a gold cross prominently place centered over the jamb. There’s a tornado watch in effect, Joellen announces to her husband Gene ...

Shakespeare & Company Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre

War of the Worlds

by The Staff September 7, 2011

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Orson Welles’ radio drama of a Martian invasion exploded onto the public consciousness when it was widely (and not unintentionally) mistaken for a news broadcast on Halloween night, 1938. Adapted from the novel by another Wells ...

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The Memory of Water

by The Staff June 15, 2011

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There is a theory that water retains a memory of substances dissolved in it, even after they’ve been diluted beyond recognition. So it is, in a way, with family, as each generation leaves its indelible ...

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Louche Laughs

by James Yeara February 11, 2010

There’s plenty of enjoyment in this Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Shakespeare & Company’s winter production of the 1987 Tony Award-nominated play (later made into the Oscar-winning 1988 film starring Glenn Close and John Malkovich). The play ...