Elizabeth is 18 and has been in over 45 musical and straight productions since the age of 8. Most recent film credit with Academy Nom Dir John Hancock (Bang The Drum Slowly with DiNiro, Prancer), in his latest film SWAN SONG as principal Mallory. Also filming a current feature film PICTURES FOR LILLY performing the challenging lead role of a blind girl. She is also currently performing with the Steppenwolf Theater here in Chicago in the world premiere of AIRLINE HIGHWAY Direced by Joe Mantello of Wicked (Broadway) fame and Tony Award for THE NORMAL HEART. AIRLINE HIGHWAY is set for broadway in April.
Please see below reviews from the Chicago Sun Times, Tribune & Time Out that she has received for her off Chicago loop productions to show you the great recognition she received for her work and that she is more than capable of meeting any challenge that is put in front of her.
Elizabeth is an old soul with an infectious laugh and humble mind. Directors compliment about her professionalism and dedication to performance as well as the person she is and the talent she has. I look forward to share your thoughts about Elizabeth.
With Sincere Thanks in Your Considerations,
Beth Pauze’ For Elizabeth Stenholt
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Chicago Sun Times Hedy Weiss
2014 Plainsong …”Victoria Roubideaux (Elizabeth Stenholt, a thinking beauty).
2011 One Flea Spare …“Stenholt, a freshman at Maine West High School, gives an astonishingly accomplished performance here and has “star” written all over her.”
Chicago Trubune Kerry Reid
2014 Plainsong …“Stenholt, a senior at Maine West who already has a few off-Loop credits, offers an astonishingly assured and sensitive take on Victoria.
Time Out Chicago
2014 Plainsong …“Stenholt, an actual teenager playing a teenager (she’s currently a senior at Maine West High School in Des Plaines), brings a notably artifice-free honesty to her role.”
The Fourth Walsh
2014 Plainsong …“The cantankerous bachelor brothers are hilarious. The bold and awkward contrast between them and the beautiful and subdued Elizabeth Stenholt (Victoria) is brilliant. (I want Steinhagen to write a spin-off sitcom pilot for the trio. It would become must-see TV)”
Pictures For Lilly
Film by Beachwood Films James Choi Lilly
AIRLINE HIGHWAY World Premier Dir Joe Mantello (Wicked Broadway)
Theater by Steppenwolf Main Stage ZOE us show going to Broadway
Commercial by Pascal Rudnicke Maggie Calaghan
Swan Song Feature Film By Academy Nom Director
Film by John Hancock Mallory
Brighton Beach Memoirs
Theater by Fox Valley Rep Dir Ronan Marra Raven Theatre Dir Cody Estle Laurie
Film (short) by Columbia Dir Madelyn Schiller Shelby