Elizabeth Stater (she/her) most recently worked as the assistant director on a production of Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare with The Untitled Shakespeare Project. Her most recent production with Doghouse Ensemble Theatre was Mass Cycle: A Meditation on Cancer. She is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is in her second year of college at Pace University in the BA Acting-International Performance Ensemble program. In her first year of college, in which she attended Muhlenberg College, she was a part of an original adaptation of Shakespeare’s King Henry VI Tetralogy Glory (Horner). While attending Interlochen Arts Academy, Elizabeth was a part of many mainstage productions including, A Flea in Her Ear (Lucienne Hominides de Histangua), The Eccentricities of a Nightingale (Grace Winemiller), The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Georgi Abashwili, Aniko, and Ironshirt), Amadeus (Venticelli #3), and The Secret in the Wings (Ensemble). Along with Interlochen’s mainstage productions, Elizabeth has been a part of the One-Act Festival, directing Lockdown by Douglas Craven, playing Cel in The Most Massive Woman Wins, and Kira in Saguaro. As a young actress, Elizabeth competed in the Pittsburgh Public Theater’s Annual Shakespeare Monologue and Scene Competition, in which she was a finalist, performing a scene from The Merry Wives of Windsor. The following year she also received an honorable mention for her performance of a monologue from The Merchant of Venice.