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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


  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


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


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


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 ...