We found this wonderful interview from 2008 which wasn’t in the archive. The way Liz talks about her work is just simply beautiful, her passion is so inspiring! <3 Oh the interview is mostly about Lost but also about her studies at Stephens College.
The title is “Stephens College graduate Elizabeth Mitchell has taken one of TV’s juiciest roles on ‘Lost’ and run with it, setting the sky as the limit”.
EM: I did more working than I did anything else. I was very concentrated, basically. I just very much wanted to be on stage, and that’s kind of what I did when I was there, but I also had a really good time.
I loved the Macklanburg Playhouse. I loved our theater at Stephens.
What a great place to go to school because it was so safe. There you are, and you’re basically surrounded by a bunch of other kids your age, and you can get wild, but not really. Come on, now. It was just a great place to be a dumb kid.
Read the complete interview at THIS LINK
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As we told you about a month ago Elizabeth is on the cover of the September/October issue of “Where Travel DFW” Magazine. You can see the pages with her below. 🙂 The interview has been already posted last month, but in case you missed it, you can check it out at this link.
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This is a new video from Comic Con. The interview is about the Lost finale, which tv shows she’s just watched (Rita and Game of Thrones) and about not knowing everything that is going to happen to her characters.
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As we told you last week, Liz will be in Dead of Summer‘s finale which airs now on Freeform. These are two small interviews with her about the show.
This is about the finale.
Will there be a second season of Dead of Summer? (If so, how!?) — Steff
The show hasn’t officially been renewed yet, but as the EPs recently teased to me, season 2 would take place in 1970, when Deb was at camp. Also, don’t assume that everyone will die in the finale. “It’s just bonkers,” Elizabeth Mitchell teases of the season ender. “It’s a big reunion. We’re all together. I can say that. Not everybody is dead.” So we could see those survivors again should the show continue.
This is about 1×09.
So does this mean Deb is not evil on Dead of Summer? — Kara
Tuesday’s episode certainly made it seem as though Deb is on the side of good, but just you wait. “In the second-to-last episode, we get the inkling that she knows more than she’s letting herself know or that she’s letting on,” Elizabeth Mitchell says. “We get this idea that there is something more to Deb than just this sweet woman who is trying to change her life again. It starts to look that maybe she might possibly be who she says she is, but then in 109, maybe she’s not.”
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