Liberal Arts is going to be released on DVD in France under the title Love And Other Lessons! The DVD will come out on February 3!
To keep up to date on news for the DVD be sure to like their Facebook page here!
Hi everyone! I hope you all had a great holiday and new year! ♥
First I want to let you know that Hello, My Name is Dorris will premiere at SXSW this year! You can sign up to get your movie badge here!
Also I came across this old behind the scenes picture with Elizabeth and some other cast on the set of One and Two! Be sure to check out the official Facebook page here! Hopefully we will get premiere news on this movie soon!
Portroids.com takes photos of people and has the picture signed as it develops and Elizabeth had her picture taken! Check it out in the gallery!
Thanks to Victoria on Twitter @toriroz13 we have a new photo of Elizabeth!
I have added a magazine scan with Elizabeth in it to the gallery! The magazine article is talking about the Twilight short films that will be released in 2015 on Facebook.
Elizabeth’s co-star from The Money Shot posted this picture of Elizabeth and the cast in the dressing room and you can see the picture here on the site! Are you going to the final show?
— Gia Crovatin (@giacrovatin) October 19, 2014
I have also added some new Instagram photos of Elizabeth’s which you can see here!
I have added new Instagram and fan photos to the gallery! Thanks to @lbinthevalley for letting me use your 2 photos! ♥
A video of Elizabeth in The Money Shot has been released and you can watch it here on the site! I love this video and have watched it like 5 times! I wish I could see the play! What do you think of the video?
The Money Shot‘s opening was last night and you can see pictures and video from it! You see Elizabeth in the video around 4:43.
A video has been released of The Money Shot cast talking about the play! Be sure to check it out!
Theater Mania has posted a review of the play and also says good things about Elizabeth!
Reaser was sent into the trenches with only two weeks of rehearsal as an unexpected replacement. Yet, even with this disadvantage, she is perfection as Karen, a self-proclaimed Margo Channing with hardly enough clout to even be a washed-up starlet. Her faux-aristocratic (and easily insufferable) affectation is supported by sharp comic timing, which she showcases in an emotionally unhinged monologue (a LaBute specialty) lamenting L.A. traffic.
Elizabeth did a interview with Theater Mania.Com about The Money Shot! She also talks about her love of theater and other plays she would like to do.
What was it like to come into a brand-new play like The Money Shot two weeks into rehearsals?
It was very, very intimidating coming in under those circumstances. I’ve never done that. It’s hard to even describe what missing two weeks of rehearsal is like. It sounds like “only two weeks,” but it’s in dog years. I missed all the table work, the beginning stages of blocking, the talking to the playwright and director, and the bonding. The work of those first two weeks is so important. And also, just memorizing all those words…it’s very crazy.
How did you get through it?
I love to rehearse. I don’t know if it would have been possible without a perfect piece of writing and our director, Terry Kinney. I came in, we had one table read, and then we immediately got onto our feet and started blocking. They were giving me a map of what had been the blocking and what they wanted the blocking to be, and we went from there. The more we did that, the more we started finding things. That’s what’s incredible about Terry: It still felt like I was getting to explore, and he made me feel like we had time, even though I had a clock ticking. And it was desperate and scary, but he made it really fun. It’s such an incredible group of people. At this point, it has settled down a bit. I think I’ve caught up.
What interested you most about the play and your character, Karen?
I’m a big fan of Neil LaBute. I’ve always been a huge fan and I’ve known him for a long, long time. I just love his voice and I just thought it was hilarious. And also, it’s different in some ways [from his other plays]. I always think he’s hilarious; [his plays] can be very dark, but very, very funny. This play is more of a comedy than anything else. That’s what he’s billing it as. It’s different than some of his other works, but it’s still very LaButian.
You recently tweeted that at your childhood home in Michigan, you had a license plate on your wall that says “NY-ACTRESS.” Is doing theater in New York your dream come true?
It really is. That’s where that tweet came from. This is what I’ve always wanted to do… I remember being in New York with my dad and my little sister and seeing that license plate, one of those knickknacks that they sell in one of those shops, and I made my dad buy it for me. It’s still on the wall in my old bedroom at my dad’s house.
Do you have any bucket-list stage roles you’d like to play?
I do. Some of them I’ve outgrown. One is Abigail from The Crucible, and that’s not gonna happen. I’d love to do Much Ado About Nothing, The Scottish Play, any of the Chekhovs. Long Day’s Journey Into Night… I think I have some time.
Don’t rush playing Mary Tyrone.
[laughs] I don’t want to rush that one. I read that, I think, in high school and from that moment on I was dying to play that role.
Is there more theater in your future, or are you going from this to more screen projects?
Hopefully, more theater. I don’t have any commitments when this ends. I’m gonna relax a little bit. I had just come from another job, so I’ve been running around, which is really great. It’s good not to have time to think about it sometimes. At least that’s what I’m telling myself.