Therese Raquin
by Blain Crellin
Reviewed on Mon, 18/08/2014 - 04:11am
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CARNALITY, CRUELTY AND CORSETS


Elizabeth Nabben started performance dancing at a young age.


The Fort Street high school has a strong drama focus and she performed with the NSW Public Schools Drama Company during her secondly school education.
She has performed around Australia touring with The Sydney Theatre Company, the Melbourne Theatre Company and co-written with the acclaimed play write Angela Betzien.


She studied at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne.


Elizabeth also has worked as an assistant director and voice for a Disney feature animation.


A well rounded and impressive performance career, Elizabeth is 24 years old.


Elizabeth has also played in Tis A Pity She‚??s a Whore for Malthouse and starred opposite David Wenham as with-hunting Abigail in The Crucible.


She has been heard on ABC Radio National for Women of Troy, as well as in a regular role for the US animation SheZow. Elizabeth has just completed filming on I Want To Dance Better At Parties for the 2013 Adelaide Film Festival and ABC TV.

Elizabeth Nabben plays Therese Raquin, a ‚??villainess‚??, who collaboratively and beautifully - murders her husband.

Written and directed by Gary Abrahams, the story of a woman rising up and taking control of herself after a sexual awakening is one which Elizabeth has an affinity.

The dark roles she plays raise strong feelings of empathy for the oppressed, a dualistic and parallel universe. Elizabeth Nabben plays both the gentle and powerful role of a beautiful "femme fatale" set in the male dominant world of Paris circa 1880.

The set (Jacob Battista) and costume (Chloe Greaves) design are exquisitely detailed for the period. The cast are a well rehearsed and a confident Paul Blenheim, Oliver Coleman, Marta Kaczmarek, Rhys McConnochie, Edwina Samuels, and Aaron Walton.

A delightfully beautiful play which is captivating with its words, punctuated by a lovely gentle pace, providing laughs, pleasure, a show which really puts you at the edge of your seat.
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