Elizabeth Richardson

 The Journey of an Actress and Writer


Elizabeth Richardson is an accomplished Canadian actress with over 30 years experience. A graduate of the London Academy of  Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) she has performed in major theatre, film and television productions in England and Canada.

Elizabeth has worked with acclaimed international actors and directors including Peter O’Toole, Brian Cox, John Madden, Adrian Noble and Roger Michel, and played leading parts in London’s West End, the Bristol Old Vic, the Neptune Theatre in Halifax, the Shaw Festival in Ontario and Canadian Stage in Toronto.

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A New One-Woman Show

A North American theatre tour with Peter O’Toole in the 1970’s and a three year Buddhist retreat in the 2000’s.

Liz Richardson playing twelve characters deftly weaves a path through age, stage and sage sharing her triumphs and disasters with vulnerability and irrepressible humour.

Drawing from her own life, Elizabeth counterpoints her struggles as a young actress on a 1970s theatre tour with Peter O’Toole in Toronto, Chicago and Washington–with her later challenges as a Buddhist on a three-year meditation retreat in Nova Scotia.

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Latest News

Vancouver Fringe Festival Sept. 10-20, 2015

Performances on Sep 11-20th at Studio 1398 in Vancouver
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Stacey and Liz – 2 Women. 2 True Stories.

Performances on July 14-19th at The Waiting Room in Halifax
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Performances on May 8, 9 and 12
More info at SPRINGWORKS 2015