Elizabeth is an NYU Tisch trained theatre artist: performer, producer, designer, and movement director. She delights in performances that let her switch characters at the drop of a hat, and has many, many times played the role various women on stage


Formerly the director of performance programming for Shag Playhouse, a performing company in residence at Shag, a woman-owned community center, art gallery, sexy boutique, and event space in Brooklyn, Elizabeth is currently in residence with Torn Out Theater  working on a fairy tale adaptation: Danced to Pieces.


In addition to performing on stage and screen, Elizabeth hosts trivia and interactive murder mystery dinners, creates immersive burlesque extravaganzas, and provides event entertainment of all kinds. She also runs several workshops, available for groups large and small - email for booking availability.


Elizabeth is passionate about books, shoes, and food. She is an activist, a somatics junkie, and a damned fine vegan cook. Her other interests include spending time with her gorgeous cat, contact improv jams, re-reading Spinoza, sipping Irish whiskey, television shows about space, and one day playing Auntie Mame.








Elizabeth Weitzen © 2022

Recent & Upcoming


Please consider buying an event entertainment GIFT CARDIf you want to tip event performers, click HERE. Thank you!


So *thrilled* to emcee VIRTUAL TRIVIA for TEAFund's Fund-A-Thon on April 29th. Defending bodily autonomy and helping Texans! (They need the support, y'all.) Register here. Free to play. Prizes include ACTUAL TROPHIES and other sweet swag!


Previously hosted TEAFund+HRC Trivia (fundraiser page here) and NYAAF Fund-A-Thon 2020 Trivia. 


Grateful and honored to be included in residency grant offered by SMUSH Gallery, Monira Foundation, and Mana Contemporary.

A series I shot is viewable on Prime - check out FEAR - I'm in episode 2 and hopefully the second season we shot will air soon.


My VOCAL TECHNIQUE FOR MOVERS (& SHAKERS) workshop was included in Marlo Fiskin's Floor Flow Training.


Taught a mini version of my workshop NONVERBAL CONSENT for IMMERSIVE PERFORMERS at Actor's Launchpad.


My friend Alix's short Mami is ready to view! I contributed some tiny bits of voiceover, but it's an awesome work. Please watch!