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Photo of Elizabeth as Theatre Director and Teacher

OMG! She looks like Cinderella <3 The girl in the pic with her posted this on instagram. WOW! So cute!

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And this is her comment:

#TBT – Remember that time Elizabeth Mitchell of Lost & Revolution was your director at the @dallastheatercenter for Wiley & The Hairy Man? Yep, she taught me and directed me for 2 plays and I looooved running into her at a #rhettmiller show at the House of Blues on Sunset years later. I had such a girl crush on her! She was precious. P.s. I was Wiley. #lost #lostabc #revolution #dallas #texas

Source: BeautyOfFrosty

NOTE: The pic is from 1982.


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Mention of Elizabeth in Angelina Jolie’s biography

Did you know Michael Cristofer selected Elizabeth over 200 other actresses for GIA after seeing her on stage in Three Tall Women?

I happened to read this in Angelina Jolie’s biography. Actually I was just looking if there was any mention of Elizabeth in that biography and I found it. 😉

I took a photo and Ste made the transcription yesterday. You can read it in the press page: HERE


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Elizabeth: “Absolution” 1999 – Court Theater in Los Angeles

Update: Lexi got the photo tagged but in HQ.

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Public Appearances || 1999 || Court Theatre, Los Angeles – Absolution ||

This photo is from March 1999 at Court Theater in Los Angeles. Elizabeth has that beautiful bunch of flowers because it’s just after her performance in the play “Absolution”.

How lucky the people who got the chance to see her on stage. This is the only photo of Elizabeth from that year except for the Absolution promotional ones.

We added another review of that play (from Los Angeles Time) here. If you need to find it in the future it’s in the Press Page (1999) among other reviews and of course the interviews.

 

 


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Elizabeth On Southern Beauty Magazine

LOST‘S LETHAL BUT LOVELY LADY
by MARY BETH HEATON

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She may be an “Other” on America’s favorite island, but fans still love her. Get to know actress Elizabeth Mitchell as she talks about her career, motherhood, and guilty pleasures.

Actress Elizabeth Mitchell is best known as the enigmatic Juliet Burke on ABC’s drama/thriller LOST, but it is what she’s found that’s generating excitement this afternoon.

“We just found a lost puppy,” says Mitchell, apologizing for the slight delay in starting the interview. No problem: In my book, rescuing a cuddly pup trumps shop talk any day. She deftly fields questions about career and family, all while following the dog as it explores its new, if temporary, digs. “I love puppies, but they really are like babies,” Mitchell adds. Her 3-year-old son, CJ, isn’t so sure about the new arrival, but Mitchell calmly soothes his worries. Seems she’s got the mom role down, too.

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Starbullettin: Dream Benefit For ‘Lost’ Fans

Part of “Old Info And News”

For a veteran stage actor accustomed to large audiences, this was nothing. Many of the 150 or so Honolulu Theatre for Youth patrons attending the annual gala fundraiser were dressed in costumes, or adorned with wings and sparkles, thus projecting a decidedly nonjudgmental air. Even so, “Lost” star Michael Emerson was nervous. “It doesn’t matter that it’s a small group thrilled to see you do anything,” he said. “It might as well be Broadway.”

The audience probably felt transported to (Off) Broadway—a thrilling, intimate, casual stage performance laced with their favorite celebs—when Emerson and his “Lost” colleagues performed several scenes from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at the Koolau Golf Club Oct. 25.

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Honolulu Theatre for Youth snags ‘Lost’ actors

Part of “Old Info And News”

dream elizabeth mitchell (2).jpgFive actors from ABC’s hit series “Lost” will perform at a fundraiser for Honolulu Theatre for Youth, a rare group outing for members of the Hawaii-based cast.

Actors Henry Ian Cusick, Michael Emerson, Jorge Garcia, Daniel Dae Kim and Elizabeth Mitchell will perform a scene from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” which is a fall production of the theatre.

The performance is part of HTY’s annual “Le Masquerade” fundraiser, being held Oct. 25 at the Koolau Grand Ballroom in Kaneohe.

“Lost” actors have previously performed to benefit HTY, a professional theatre company founded in 1955 and one of the state’s largest performing arts organizations.

The event is open to the public and information is available at www.htyweb.org.

Source: bizjournals


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Honolulu Theatre for Youth – Fan Reports

Part of “Old Info And News”

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“Jen with Elizabeth Mitchell (“Juliet”) and Elizabeth Mitchell’s son (who co-signed several autographs).”

Jen and I had a rare night out yesterday to attend a benefit reading for the Honolulu Theatre for Youth featuring several cast members from ABC’s filmed-in-Hawaii series “LOST“:
Matthew Fox (Jack), Terry O’Quinn (Locke), Jorge Garcia (Hurley), Daniel Dae Kim (Jin), Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond), Michael Emerson (Ben) and Elizabeth Mitchell (Juliet).

I dare say it was the highlight of my year so far.

It was a once-in-a-lifetime event, mixing the stage, primetime television, and a great cause. The reading was organized by Annie Wood — accomplished children’s theatre director, HTY board member, and Cusick’s wife. She’d directed a play for HTY in 2005 when Cusick signed on for a handful of “LOST” episodes. When they found themselves back in Hawaii for a longer term, she threw herself into the local arts community with gusto.

And the actors similarly let loose last night on the stage. Sometimes flawless, sometimes halting and awkward, it was all real. There were no props, there was no pretense, just a bunch of actors and friends having fun together… ably assisted by several HTY players, of course.

Jorge Garcia and Elizabeth Mitchell opened the evening with a reading from an adaptation of “The Little Mermaid” that Wood had brought with her from London. Mitchell sparkled as the wide-eyed mermaid yearning to discover the world above (even as her young son stomped and squealed backstage), and Garcia unsuprisingly charmed everyone as her clumsy, mooning admirer.

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