Elizabeth Perry (Actor/Playwright) began her career with a Helen Hayes Award Scholarship to the American Theatre Wing presented by Helen Hayes and Charles MacArthur. At a young age she appeared with Paul Muni and Ed Begley in Inherit the Wind, was Polly Peachum in The Three Penny Opera, created the role of Catherine Howard in Royal Gambit, and played Allison in Look Back in Anger, and Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in summer stock before going to Hollywood, where she starred in numerous TV classics such as Gunsmoke, Bonanza, and Outer Limits, as well as in the West Coast premieres of The Great God Brown, The Balcony, The Collection, and Touch of the Poet. Returning to New York, under the artistic direction of Ellis Rabb and Jack O'Brien, with the APA Phoenix Repertory at New York's Lyceum Theatre and at the APA base in Ann Arbor, she played Lady Macbeth, The Player Queen in Hamlet, Eliante in The Misanthrope, Verenanda in Chronicles of Hell, The Little Queen in The King Dies, and Woman in Beckett's Play. On Broadway, Ms. Perry played opposite George C. Scott in the hit revival of Present Laughter, in 84 Charing Cross Road, The Women, and in The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940. Off-Broadway she played in Isn't it Romantic, A Perfect Ganesh, The Chairs, and Fefu and Her Friends, among many other outstanding productions. Her regional credits include Painting Churches, The Subject Was Roses, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Farm, Peer Gynt, Glass Menagerie, Steel Magnolias, and On Golden Pond. On television she has played major roles on Kate and Allie, Another World, As the World Turns, and was Michael Learned's best friend on the series, Nurse. Ms. Perry is a well-known theatrical coach and conducts workshops on playwrighting and musical theatre. She is a winner of the Villager Award for her performance in A Difficult Borning. Her play, Sun Flower, about the life of Elizabeth Cady Stanton debuted in Mrs. Stanton's birthplace, Johnstown NY, has played in the Capitol Rotunda, the Senate Building, at Governor Pataki's Summit for Young Women, at the Washington Arena's Old Vat Theatre, in New York at the Neighborhood Playhouse, the Homegrown and Houseman Theatres, at the Celebration of Women's Rights in Seneca Falls, and at the invitation of the White House for the Millennium Celebration in Washington, DC. She has performed as Elizabeth Cady Stanton on CNN, CSPAN, CNBC, NYI, and NPR.