I write engaging plays actors love to perform.

In the last year my plays have been read at the William Inge Festival by talented actors from the Living Room Theatre in Kansas City, and produced at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in New York City, the Lyric Theatre in New Haven,  and the Theatre Artists Workshop’s Playwright Festival.

 River Island

A full-length play, with five characters, three women and two men, takes place on the porch of a summer house.

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Water color painting by James Moore Bryant Keyser III

“Elizabeth is a very talented playwright. Her insights about people and her acute sense of humor come through in all of her writing.”

Barbara Smith, Playwright, Humor Columnist and Literary Consultant


Momoirs: The Umbilical Cord Stops Here!

A full-length show of scenes and songs about being and having a mother. Seven playwrights and actresses collaborated to create this show, Sari Bodi, Rosemary Foley, Linda Howard, Randye Kaye, Elizabeth Keyser, Joanne Parady, and Nadine  Willig.


Momoirs has been performed at the Mamapalooza Festival in New York City, at the Fairfield Theatre Company, Theatre Artists Workshop, Manor Club in Pelham, N.Y., and many other venues.  Groups, such as chapters of the American Association of University Women, have licensed and performed it as a fundraiser. Momoirs is available for licensing, or our troupe of five professional actresses can perform it for your group or organization. If you’re interested in booking or licensing Momoirs, send an email to me at

 Shooting Practice

A father teaches his daughter the rules about guns…but righteousness rules in this short, harrowing, and sometimes humorous, one-act. Currently, it’s playing at the Lyric Theatre, Nov. 4, 5 and 11 & 12, in “Zeller & Squires.”


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