Liz Eldridge (she/her) wrote monologues for the Our Bodies, Our Minds workshop. Liz is a writer, actor, musician, and stand-up born in Los Angeles, and raised by her mother and a series of golden retrievers. She attended Johns Hopkins University, earning her B.A. in Writing Seminars with minors in Theatre Arts and Anthropology, and studied Classical Voice at Peabody Conservatory. Her TV work includes roles on “I’m Dying Up Here,” “The Affair,” “Rutherford Falls,” “Shameless,” “Silicon Valley,” “Devs,” and more. “Lydia Trueblood: The Black Widow of the Atlantic Coast,” which she co-wrote, composed, and starred in, had its world premiere at Edinburgh Fringe, won the DOMA Award for Best New Musical at Hollywood Fringe, and remains, we assume, the world’s only one-and-a-half woman blood folk cabaret about America’s first female serial killer.
Theatrical roles include Agathe, Cynosemma: A Primitive Opera by O-Lan Jones & Megan Breen (World Premiere, Overtone Industries), Nurse, The Death of Medea (World Premiere, Theatre Roscius), Louise Badger, Holiday Inn (West-Coast premiere, Musical Theatre West, Winner, 2020 Scenie Award for Best Performance by Lead Actress in a Musical and Best Lead Ensemble), Coach Kelly, Lesbian Love Octagon (Sorority), Ukulele Lady, Cafe Le Monde by Charles Mee (World Premiere, ARK Theatre). She is part of the devising ensemble for Sun City, a new play in development for Ghost Road, and the Aaron Play, a new play with Illyrian Players.
She hosts IDK Comedy and Bis & Dolls at TrampStamp Granny’s and creates sketch comedy with Hot Garbage. You can stream her band Many Distant Cities on Spotify. She has two excellent dogs, a mean cat, and a partner who cooks.Back to Our People