Just wrapped up the busiest month of my audiobook narrating career, finishing up Nora Roberts' 
        Come Sundown for Brilliance Audio, Dean Koontz's The Silent Corner for Recorded Books, and a 
        delicious new novel from Jamie Harrison called The Widow Nash. I also got to dive head first into a 
        delightful children's picture book, A Teeny Tiny Halloween, for Live Oak Media.  
            All this follows on the heels of a few exciting year-end milestones. In addition to several Audiofile         Earphones Awards, my work on the fascinating title, Mapping the Heavens for Blackstone Audio was         recognized with a 2016 Voice Arts Award Nomination. And Maureen Dowd's biting collection of columns, 
        The Year of Voting Dangerously, which I recorded for Hachette Audio, was included in AudioFile 
        Magazine's Best Audiobooks of 2016.


            Crossing my fingers for a bit of theatre this summer.  Maybe even some Shakespeare...


            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 100 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...