Elizabeth Ingram (Mrs. Bradman) trained at L.A.M.D.A. in London, England, and was an actress in England and Scotland working in the West End (Poor Bitos, The Chinese Prime Minister), London’s Fringe Theatre, The Royal National Theatre, and productions in many Repertory Theatres. She also appeared in several TV productions for BBC and ITV. After coming to the U.S.A. she has been a regular company member of Shakespeare & Company (Massachusetts) where she performed in Richard II (The Duchess of Gloucester), Coriolanus (Volumnia), TheWinter’s Tale (Paulina ), Richard III (Queen Margaret), The Merry Wives of Windsor (Mistress Quickly), All’s Well that Ends Well (The Countess), The Comedy of Errors (The Abbess), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Holofernes), Mrs. Klein (Mrs. Klein), Pinter’s Mirror, and The Inner House, a one woman show on Edith Wharton. Elizabeth has performed at Syracuse Stage in A Christmas Carol, You Never Can Tell, My Fair Lady, A Streetcar Named Desire; at The Actors’ Theatre of Louisville in All My Sons; at the Berkshsire Festival Theatre in Heartbreak House; and with The Women’s Theatre as Kent in King Lear. Elizabeth is a designated Kristin Linklater voice teacher and an associate professor in the Syracuse University Drama Department. She is also the advisor and faculty person for The All Star C.A.S.T. Drama program for people with special needs.