Coming up for air in the midst of the last few upside-down years has meant not only venturing back into 
    the recording studios of NYC, but also back into an actual theater!

    While continuing to make use of the three vocal booths I have built since the pandemic began, I have 
    found myself back in the saddle in the studio at Blackstone Audio, CDM Studios, Hachette Audio, and 
    John Marshall Media - working with actual real live people again! A few notable projects 
    include: Daughter Of The White Rose (with Robin Miles and an all-star cast), Chorus (Rebecca 
    Kauffman), Three Hours In Paris (Cara Black), Vera Kelly: Lost And Found (#3 in the Vera Kelly series 
    by Rosalie Knecht), The Bonobo Sisterhood (Diane Rosenfeld), Bias Interrupted (Joan C. Williams),     and Mrs. March (Virginia Feito).

    After nearly three years of ongoing weekly Zoom play readings with The Schoolhouse Theater - Great     Catherine, Twelfth NightFaith HealerBetrayalDancing At Lughnasa, and Shadowlands (with Daniel     Gerroll), to name but a few - I finally had the amazing good fortune to step back onstage. Under the     direction of my dear friend Jenn Thompson at the remarkable Mint Theater Company, I understudied two     roles in a gorgeous production of Chains, by Elisabeth Baker. The ongoing pandemic meant several     performances - in both roles! It was a challenge like none I had ever faced before. I am incredibly grateful     to have had the experience, as well as the opportunity to work with one of the most extraordinary groups of     people I have ever met.


    More of the above!

    Keep your eyes out for the next book in Cara Black's Kate Rees series - Night Flight To Paris...

    I also hope to climb back onto a stage again very soon.


    Elisabeth S. Rodgers is an actress and audiobook narrator, living and working in New York City. 

    After graduating from Princeton University, she came to New York and completed a two year program 
    at William Esper Studio, where she studied with Maggie Flanigan. She has also studied extensively with 
    Tim Phillips. Her audiobook narration training came from Robin Miles, who has also directed her in 
    several productions, as has Paul Ruben. 

    She has recorded over 200 books for a multitude of publishers, including Audible, AudioGo (formerly 
    BBC Audiobooks America), Benefit Media, Blackstone Audio, Brilliance Audio, Hachette Audio, 
    Harper Audio, MetaBook, Recorded Books, and Talking Book Productions.

    Her onstage work - ranging from Shakespeare to children's theatre, original/experimental theatre, and 
    corporate training events - has taken her everywhere from City Center in the Big Apple to regional stages 
    in New York, Illinois, California, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Virginia, Oklahoma, Georgia, Minnesota...
    and even Tanzania. 

    Elisabeth is a proud Lower East Sider, having lived in the neighborhood for over 25 years...