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September 28,2013 • admin

I’ve added some exclusive portraits that Elizabeth took at Toronto Film Festival this year and in 2011.

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Studio Photoshoots > Press Conferences & Portraits > 2013 > ‘Very Good Girls’ Sundance Portraits #03
Studio Photoshoots > Press Conferences & Portraits > 2011 > ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’ TIFF Portraits #03

September 28,2013 • admin

“Chekhov was my savoir when I was in high school,” admitted Elizabeth Olsen, who was introduced to the work of the classic playwright at age 15. “I read The Seagull and laid in bed and cried for two hours. I was thinking, ‘This is the best play I’ve ever read!'”

Olsen’s love of the classics continued to grow, especially during her theatre studies at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She joined the cast of Broadway’s Impressionism as the understudy to Margarita Levieva but never performed onstage, and her first major film role was the title character of “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” a young woman who escaped from an abusive cult.

Olsen, whose film credits also include “Silent House,” “Liberal Arts” and “Kill Your Darlings,” is now taking on the role of Juliet in the Classic Stage Company’s production of Romeo and Juliet, which marks her official New York stage debut. Previews begin Sept. 28 prior to an official opening Oct. 16.

Directed by Tea Algeric, Olsen stars opposite the Romeo of Julian Cihi, a fellow graduate of Tisch School of the Arts. The cast also includes Daniel Davis as Friar Laurence and Daphne Ruben-Vega as the Nurse.

Olsen, who first approached the role of Juliet in a reading at Classic Stage Company in March 2012, said she was initially reluctant to take on the part because she is usually drawn to characters who are “more obviously broken.”

“I guess I kind of jumped to the conclusion, ‘Everyone knows this story. No one’s going to be surprised by anything,'” she said. “And that’s not what it’s about.”
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September 25,2013 • admin

Josh Brolin, Samuel L. Jackson, Elizabeth Olsen and director Spike Lee talk about their new vision of the revenge story.

September 23,2013 • admin

Official Sony Pictures Classics twitter shared a character picture featuring Elizabeth as Edie Parker.


Edie Parker, Jack Kerouac’s feisty girlfriend, is portrayed by Elizabeth Olsen. See her in #KillYourDarlings on 10/16!

September 20,2013 • admin

Elizabeth attended High Line Art Dinner, held Wednesday (September 18th) on the High Line in New York City. I’ll be replacing the pictures with untagged ones as soon as possible.

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Public Appearances > 2013 > September 18 – High Line Art Dinner

September 20,2013 • admin

Last night, Elizabeth Olsen came straight to the High Line Art Dinner from rehearsals for Romeo and Juliet, which opens later this month at the Classic Stage Company. The actress said she loved both the Franco Zeffirelli and Baz Luhrmann movie adaptations when she was growing up, but never went through a massive Leo-loving, Celine Dion-singing phase. “No, I didn’t. I’ve always just had a crush on George Clooney, since One Fine Day.” Wait — One Fine Day, in which Clooney plays the cute dad opposite Michelle Pfeiffer, in her son’s dinosaur tee? “Yeah. I also had a crush on her.”