THEATRE

  Conrade, Much Ado About Nothing 

  Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, 2020 

Photo by Zach Rosing 

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE  (2015)

 

"I just recently saw Spotlight Players’ holiday offering, It’s A Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play. One actress, in particular, impressed me with her performance of an array of characters.  Elisabeth Giffin showed a certain verve in her roles, creating feelings of both a carefree comic nature and, when necessary, feelings of distress and wantonness. And she did it all with what seemed to be an enviable effortlessness."

-Ken Klingenmeier, A Seat on the Aisle: Most Impressive Theatre Awards 2015

"Elizabeth [sic] Giffin is delightful with her nosed-pinched Tilly, her sultry Violet and her gruff toned Potter’s secretary."

-Ken Klingenmeier, A Seat on the Aisle

CHARLOTTE'S WEB  (2016)

 

"Elisabeth Giffin...conveys a fittingly tender air of kindness and caring as Charlotte the spider."

-Ken Klingenmeier, A Seat on the Aisle

CYMBELINE  (2017)

 

"Speckman...deftly weaves experience and pure gumption into the role [of Imogen]."

-Wendy Carson, Plays with John and Wendy

SENSE AND SENSIBILITY  (2018)

"Youngest sister Margaret is offered by yet another debuter, Elisabeth Giffin Speckman. Ms. Speckman, who is also featured as Anne, does solid work with both characters, and manages to garner many of the laughs in the show."

-Ken Klingenmeier, A Seat on the Aisle

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING  (2020)

"Well-played."

-Ken Klingenmeier, A Seat on the Aisle

"The convoluted story is easy to follow and the actors do an excellent job of bringing it to life, complete with perfectly overdone comic moments."

-John Lyle Belden, Plays with John and Wendy

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