Elizabeth Seabolt-Esparza has been acting in Houston since she was twelve making her debut appearance as Gloria in Wait Until Dark at Playhouse 1960. She has appeared at Theatre Southwest as Maggie in Lend Me a Tenor, Meredith in Five Women Wearing the Same Dress and Mayella Ewell in To Kill a Mockingbird. With Upstage Theatre she has appeared as Deidre McDavey in I Hate Hamlet. She appeared as Gregory in Romeo and Juliet at Country Playhouse (mainstage) and Terry in Extremeties (blackbox). At Company Onstage she appeared as Fanny in As It Is In Heaven, Sorel in Hay Fever and Millie in Picnic. At Fan Factory she played the role of Kimberly Bergalis in Patient A. She appeared in Tamalalia 4 with Infernal Bridegroom as ensemble playing various flora and fauna and such. With dos chicas she appeared as Demimondaine in For those Who Live in Cities, Kaitlyn in Envy the Cockroach, Gina in Media Darlings and Nastya in the Lower Depths. In the summer of 2005 they also produced her short play Deadbolt as part of the Stream of Consciousness/Verge of Insanity piece. With Mildred’s Umbrella she appeared as Mary Clifford in Dark Matter, a variety of different parts in the Suzan Lori Parks 365 Days/365 Plays project and as Mistress Revels in Compleat Female Stage Beauty, Emily in The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Life/Queen of Cups in Notions of Right and Wrong,and Hermia in Dead Man’s Cell Phone. With Pandora Theatre she has performed as Xenia James in Star Chamber and wrote and acted in Revenge Fantasy for Pandora Theatre’s second Vox Feminina. Her play The Evening News was produced in the second Museum of Dysfunction and her play Crap was produced in the fourth one. She has directed for two Museum of Dysfunctions for The Most Effective Way and Obsession. She served as Assistant Director for the production of True West at Theatre Southwest and was also a featured guest artist for the Freneticore Fringe Festival in 2008. She has a B.A. in Drama from University of St. Thomas.