Elizabeth Mitchell offers a poignant but refreshingly lighthearted take on the role. She has a remarkable and distinctive singing voice, with the acting chops to accentuate that innate talent. Her solo moments of reflection on stage as a mother trying to keep the fraying threads of her family woven together are a gut punch.
Roy Sexton, Reel Roy Reviews
Marmee in "Little Women"
The Broadway Musical
One Off Productions
Elizabeth is thrilled to invite you to Dvorak's Stabat Mater, March 29th at 3:30 p.m. at Ste. Anne de Detroit Church. Soloists Elizabeth, Angela Theis, Curt Peters, and Branden Hood, join Orchestra Sono and the Oakland Choral Society under the baton of Andrew Lee Neer to perform this masterwork. Click to learn more!
Elizabeth was honored to be nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Marmee in One Off Productions' Little Women. Also, her directorial debut of TYT's Mary Poppins was nominated for Bestt Production for Young Adults, Best Ensemble and more. Congrats to the all the nominees and winners!
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"Elizabeth Mitchell impressively plays the Duchess, overshadowing the Duke at every turn as intended, and is absolutely sparkling in "On the Day When I Was Wedded."
Eli Nieburger, PULP
Gilbert and Sullivan