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Elizabeth Farrington is a vocalist who recently made the jump into voice acting and independent film production, courtesy of Jabberwocky Audio Theatre, Tohubohu Productions, and the 48 Hour Film Festival.
A Native New Yorker who relocated to the D.C. area in 2015, (by way of several other states), she has performed at the Spanish Ballroom at Glen Echo, the DC Marriott, the Cathedral Choral Society’s Gala Anniversary, as well as for the Stage Alive Concert Association, and other small venues.
Obsessed with singing since childhood, she studied piano, voice, and guitar. After a few years of High School musical theatre productions, choral competitions, and more voice training, she attended S.U.N.Y. at Fredonia, where she studied music, art, and dance, culminating in a degree in Creative Arts Therapy in 1982 and an amplified interest in recording and musical performance.
From there she made the move to Manhattan and worked as a pop/rock guitarist, front person, and studio performer for independent projects.
She now focuses on her true passion, the music of the 1920s-40s; specifically, the female voices of that time.
Her film credits include “The Rest of Your Life” (2017), “Believe Me” (2017), “The Least Among Us” (2017), “Meant To Be Broken” (2018), and “Bombshell” (2018)
When not annoying people with her ukuleles and an extensive repertoire of catchy novelty songs from the 1920s, you can usually find her quietly at home with her beloved mate and two little senior rescue mutts, watching birds and growing stuff.