• "A Chorus Line" at Broward Stage Door Theatre, Coral Springs, Florida.
    • Florida Theatre On Stage: When Maggie sings of dancing with her father, Elizabeth Flanagan does something indefinable that snaps hearts in two.

  • "Grease" at Theatre by the Sea, Wakefield, Rhode Island.
    • Don Gillis' Little Rhody Theater Reviews: "The class bubble-head Frenchy is excellently played by Elizabeth Flanagan. . . . Elizabeth is a hoot in this role."
    • WPRO Providence, Rhode Island Review By Kim Kalunian: "Grease" at Theatre by the Sea is perfect summer fun. . . . Elizabeth Flanagan is quirky and charming as the “beauty school dropout” Frenchy.
    • Edge - Online Magazine Review by Will Demers: The girls are fantastic as well. . . . . Flanagan as Frenchy is delightful, especially during "Beauty School Dropout" . . .

  • "On The Town" at Barrington Stage Company directed by Tony Award winner John Rando and choreographed by Josh Bergasse of TV's "Smash"
    • The New York Times Review by Ben Brantley Published: June 19, 2013: " of those rare revivals that remind us what a hit show from long ago was originally all about...The production runs only through July 13, giving it the mayfly-like life span of the romances it portrays. Normally, I wouldn’t tell citizens of the five boroughs to drive three hours to be told that New York is a helluva town. But this enchanted vision of a city that was — and of course never was — is worth catching before it evaporates."
    • The Wall Street Journal Review (Scroll down.) by Terry Teachout, June, 2013: "I'm thrilled to report that Barrington Stage is putting on a production directed by John Rando ("All in the Timing") that is more than exciting enough to make you scratch your head in puzzlement. How could so exhilarating a musical have slipped through the cracks?...The members of his youthful cast...collectively slam it out of the park."

  • "Me and My Girl"
    • Sanibel-Captiva Islander by Marsha Wagner, January 5, 2012.
      ". . . Perky Elizabeth Flanagan as Lady Jaqueline Carsotne [sic] almost stole the show several times as a flirtatious, gold digger who just can't resist a good sized fortune. Flanagan is very sexy, very funny, as she dances up a storm with elegance and ease, while sounding like a dream. . ."

  • "42nd Street"
    • New York Daily News Review by Phil Roura, May 15, 2011.
      "Elizabeth Flanagan’s Maggie (co-creator of “Pretty Lady”) is funny and winsome."

  • "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"- As The Narrator at the Players Theatre, NYC.

  • "Funny Girl"- Playing the title role at the Quincy Theater.

  • "La Cage aux Follies"at the Broward Stage Door Theatre.

  • "Lucky Stiff"with Company 1B, NYC.

  • "Beauty and the Beast"at Artpark.

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