Most recently Elizabeth Parrish toured in Canada with Margie Gillis in Bulletins From Immortality, a dance-theatre performance of poems by Emily Dickinson. Ms. Parrish was featured on Broadway in Deathtrap and La Cage aux Folles, Off-Broadway in Little Mary Sunshine and Riverwind. Regional Theatre appearances include Long Wharf, Williamstown, American Shakespeare Festival, and Yale Repertory Theatre. Films include Orphans, See You in the Morning, and Tootsie. Recurring roles on television include ‘Kate and Allie,’ ‘As the World Turns,’ ‘Edge of Night,’ ‘All My Children,’ and ‘Law and Order.’ Currently she creates and performs original one-woman cabaret acts. She taught at Yale Drama School where she was an Adjunct Professor, and directed Anything Goes for Yale Drama. Her teaching career also includes The High School of Performing Arts, The Metropolitan Opera Studio, and Circle in the Square. Ms. Parrish trained with Stella Adler and was Associate Teaching alongside her. Ms. Parrish is now a Master Teacher at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. She has performed in several studio productions including the Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater’s Songs and Statues by Peter Nickowitz and Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov.
Master Teacher, Character, Acting Technique