Elizabeth: One of Many
a memoir of discovery — 1940-74
This memoir, the first of three, follows one woman’s journey through the roles of child prodigy, trapped teen, college dropout, radiant bride, theatre-maker, and mother. It’s about discovery—a roller-coaster process of becoming herself, and she’s still evolving.
Elizabeth Fuller has lived her life making theatre, from Off-Broadway to state prisons and church basements. She has composed more than 50 theatre scores and with her mate Conrad Bishop
has written dozens of produced plays and eight novels. Besides playing roles ranging from Lady Macbeth to Lear’s Fool, she has engineered for public radio, built stud walls, done full-charge accounting, and mothered two children.
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