Eliza Stoughton

Core Ensemble Since 2014

 

Birthplace: Indianapolis, IN

Latest News: Eliza is very excited to have collaborated on such a successful story-telling venture as Frankenstein this fall. She will be guest-starring on Chicago Med in December and plans to be baking and hanging out with her family a great deal this winter. In the Spring of 2019, she is collaborating with Cody Estle at Raven Theatre on How I Learned to Drive, a long-time passion project of hers.

 

Productions with Remy Bumppo
 

Frankenstein, Born Yesterday, Fallen Angels, Both Your Houses, and You Never Can Tell

 

Awards

2017 Joseph Jefferson Award Nominee – Born Yesterday, Actress in a Principal Role (Play)

2017 Joseph Jefferson Award Winner – Born Yesterday, Production Play (Midsize)

2017 Chicago Reader’s Best of Chicago – Best Actress

2016 Joseph Jefferson Nominee (Non-Equity) – A Loss of Roses, (Best Actress) at Raven Theatre

2010 Joseph Jefferson Award Winner– The Farnsworth Invention, (Best Midsize Production) at TimeLine Theatre Company

2008 Joseph Jefferson Nominee (Non-Equity) – Wit, (Best Production) at The Gift Theatre

 

 

Bio

In Chicago, Eliza has worked at Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Court Theatre, Raven Theatre, TimeLine Theatre, The Gift Theatre, Lifeline Theatre, 16th Street Theatre and Oak Park Festival Theatre. Regionally, she has worked at American Players Theatre, Cardinal Stage (Bloomington, IN), Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Riverside Theatre in Iowa and toured many wonderful years with Montana Shakespeare in the Parks and Montana Shakespeare in the Schools. Eliza is a proud graduate of Loyola University of Chicago. More info at www.elizastoughton.com.

 

Administrative Office

3717 N. Ravenswood Avenue
Suite 237
Chicago, IL 60613
773.244.8119

Performance Venue

Theater Wit
1229 W. Belmont Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Box Office: 773.975.8150

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