Meet June in Alabaster - Liz Beckham

February 13, 2020

Liz Beckham plays June in ALABASTER by Audrey Cefaly, now presented by Shrewd as part of her record-breaking NNPN rolling world premiere.


A message from Liz

I can't think of a better play or team with which to make my debut with Shrewd having been a longtime fan and admirer of their mission to turn up the volume on the stories of complicated women. Alabaster in particular is merciless, poetic, and hilarious in it's exploration of women bonded through trauma and the roads they build together in order to move forward. Audrey Cefaly has truly brought the unapologetic truth and grit of Southern women to the pages of this play, and it's an honor to "dance with the one what brung ya."


About Liz Beckham

Liz has studied, worked and lived in New York & Los Angeles, can tie cherry stems in a knot in her mouth (8 second personal record), is a Showcase Showdown winner on The Price Is Right (yes: Bob Barker), can cross one eye at a time, and in June of 2020, she will play the titular Duchess of Malfi at the London Globe's Sam Wanamaker Playhouse with Austin's Hidden Room Theatre. SELECTED AUSTIN CREDITS: Lungs (Hyde Park Theatre), Clybourne Park (Penfold Theatre): Neva, The Secretary (Theatre En Bloc) The Rover, The Duchess of Malfi (Hidden Room); Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Present Company); Arcadia, As You Like It , Pride & Prejudice (Austin Shakespeare); Heisenberg, Harvey, Dividing the Estate (ZACH). SELECTED NY/REGIONAL:  National Shakespeare Company; New England Shakespeare Festival; Burning Coal Theatre Company. SELECTED TV & Film: Lazer Team, Chappelle’s Show.


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