Nash, Elizabeth (Hamilton)

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NASH, Elizabeth (Hamilton)

NASH, Elizabeth (Hamilton). American, b. 1934. Genres: Theatre, Biography. Career: Pfalztheater, Kaiserslautern, West Germany, coloratura soprano, 1961-62; Theater am Domhof, Osnabruck, West Germany, coloratura soprano, 1962-63; Landestheater, Detmold, West Germany, coloratura soprano, 1963-64; Hessisches Staatstheater, Kassel, West Germany, coloratura soprano, 1964-67; guest artist, Europe, 1968-70; Indiana University- Bloomington, associate instructor in music, instructor at Opera Workshop, assistant opera stage director, 1971-74; University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, assistant professor to associate professor of speech and singing for actors, 1975-, head of Acting Program, 1986-89. Christian Science Monitor and German Herold Radio Broadcasting, voice production coach and presentation stylist, 1975-; Children's Theater Company, Minneapolis, leading singer and actress, 1979-80. Teacher of master classes and lecturer in singing for actors; lecturer at colleges and universities worldwide. Publications: Always First Class: The Career of Geraldine Farrar, 1981; The Luminous Ones: A History of the Great Actresses, 1991; Pieces of Rainbow, 1994; (with S.O. Lee) Memoirs of Sylvia Olden Lee, 2001. Contributor to magazines. Address: 4504 Oak Dr, Edina, MN 55424, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]