Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Aliza Bardfield

 
Bio:
Aliza has been performing in the Central Pennsylvania area for the past several years, with Oyster Mill Playhouse located in Camp Hill, PA being the theatre she currently considers her "home base". She has also appeared in productions with Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg, York Little Theatre, ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Aliza has been performing in the Central Pennsylvania area for the past several years, with Oyster Mill Playhouse located in Camp Hill, PA being the theatre she currently considers her "home base". She has also appeared in productions with Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg, York Little Theatre, ... (read complete bio)
 

Photos

Kathleen Tacelosky, Greg Merkel, Jeremy Burkett, Aliza Bardfield Photo

Kathleen Tacelosky, Greg Merkel, Jeremy Burkett, Aliza Bardfield

From: 
Date:
11/04/2014
Kathleen Tacelosky, Jeremy Burkett, Aliza Bardfield Photo

Kathleen Tacelosky, Jeremy Burkett, Aliza Bardfield

From: 
Date:
11/04/2014
Andy Isaacs and Aliza Bardfield Photo

Andy Isaacs and Aliza Bardfield

From: 
Date:
08/28/2013
Debbie Coffee, Andy Isaacs and Aliza Bardfield Photo

Debbie Coffee, Andy Isaacs and Aliza Bardfield

From: 
Date:
08/28/2013
Matthew Lindsay Payne and Aliza Bardfield Photo

Matthew Lindsay Payne and Aliza Bardfield

From: 
Date:
08/28/2013
 

Aliza Bardfield Biography

Aliza has been performing in the Central Pennsylvania area for the past several years, with Oyster Mill Playhouse located in Camp Hill, PA being the theatre she currently considers her "home base". She has also appeared in productions with Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg, York Little Theatre, Theatre of the Seventh Sister, Ephrata Playhouse in the Park, and The Fulton Theatre. Past productions have allowed Aliza to delve into a fabulously diverse array of characters to portray, and include productions of Anything Goes (Reno Sweeney), Move Over Mrs. Markham (Joanna Markham), The Hollow (Gerda Cristow), Three Viewings (Virginia Carpolatti),and most recently All My Sons (Kate Keller).




Aliza Bardfield News

BWW Review: MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS at Oyster Mill Playhouse Photo BWW Review: MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Andrea Stephenson - May 14, 2022

Moonlight and Magnolias is a farce that combines physical comedy with rapid-fire dialogue to create a hilariously funny, yet thought-provoking play. Treat yourself to an enjoyable evening with a talented cast and crew.

BWW Review: A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED at Oyster Mill Playhouse Photo BWW Review: A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Andrea Stephenson - Mar 19, 2022

Overall, this show, that the actors have been waiting to perform since January, is a well put together production. From the set to the costumes to the casting, A Murder is Announced will delight fans of Christie’s mysteries. Visit www.oystermill.com for information on tickets and the other upcoming shows in their 2022 season.

Last Chance To Vote For The BroadwayWorld Central Pennsylvania Awards; Dutch Apple Di Photo Last Chance To Vote For The BroadwayWorld Central Pennsylvania Awards; Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre's ON YOUR FEET Leads Best Musical!
by BWW Staff - Dec 27, 2021

This is the last chance to vote for the 2021 BroadwayWorld Central Pennsylvania Awards! The 2021 Regional Awards honor productions which had their first performance between October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021.

BWW Interview: Ryan Dean Schoening And Aliza Bardfield of 2022 SEASON ANNOUNCEMENT at Photo BWW Interview: Ryan Dean Schoening And Aliza Bardfield of 2022 SEASON ANNOUNCEMENT at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Andrea Stephenson - Aug 29, 2021

This upcoming season at Oyster Mill Playhouse promises to be a beautiful and thought-provoking one. Join Oyster Mill Playhouse for a season of Reflection as they open their doors for live performances once again.

BWW Review: DRIVING MISS DAISY at Oyster Mill Playhouse Photo BWW Review: DRIVING MISS DAISY at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Andrea Stephenson - Aug 14, 2021

Driving Miss Daisy reminds us of the work we still need to do, as a society, when it comes to how we treat those who are different from us. In the hands of Oyster Mill’s production team as well as the cast of Morgan, Payne, and Warner, this play becomes an intimate and highly meaningful experience.

BWW Review: TOWARDS ZERO at Oyster Mill Playhouse Photo BWW Review: TOWARDS ZERO at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Andrea Stephenson - Jan 17, 2020

Towards Zero is based on the 1944 Agatha Christie novel by the same name. The play by Agatha Christie and Gerald Verner was first published in 1956 and premiered in the West End at the St. James's Theatre. In typical Christie fashion, Towards Zero employs humor, red herrings, and many twists and turns to keep the audience guessing. See if you can solve the crime by joining the cast and crew of Towards Zero directed by Aliza Bardfield at Oyster Mill Playhouse January 17-February 2.

BWW Interview: Aliza Bardfield of BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS at Oyster Mill Playhouse Photo BWW Interview: Aliza Bardfield of BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Andrea Stephenson - Jul 8, 2019

Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs is the first play in his semi-autobiographical trilogy, which also includes Biloxi Blues and Broadway Bound. The play tells the story of a family living in the Brighton Beach area of Brooklyn, New York during the depression. Since its Broadway premier at the Alvin Theatre in 1983, it has been hailed as one of Simon's best plays because of the authenticity of the family relationships it portrays. While the 1986 film version was found lacking by critics, and an attempted Broadway revival in 2009 was unsuccessful, Brighton Beach Memoirs has found its way to the community theatre stage bringing Simon's well-written characters and trademark humor to modern audiences. You can catch Brighton Beach Memoirs at Oyster Mill Playhouse from July 12-28. To find out a little more about the play and its production at Oyster Mill, we spoke with Aliza Bardfield, who will be portraying the role of Kate.

BWW Feature: THE LAST NIGHT OF BALLYHOO at Oyster Mill Playhouse Photo BWW Feature: THE LAST NIGHT OF BALLYHOO at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Andrea Stephenson - Apr 28, 2019

Alfred Uhry, the playwright most well-known for Driving Miss Daisy, penned The Last Night of Ballyhoo based on his own childhood memories. The Last Night of Ballyhoo is set in Atlanta, Georgia in December 1939. It was originally performed at Atlanta's Alliance Theatre as part of the Summer Olympics Arts Festival. In 1997 it made its way to the Helen Hayes Theatre on Broadway. The play explores questions of prejudice and identity through the eyes of a Jewish family in Georgia, who have assimilated to the culture around them-even displaying a Christmas tree in their house, and Joe Farkas, an Eastern European Jew whose presence forces the family to examine their inter-Jewish racism. The term Ballyhoo in the title refers to a cotillion ball being held at the country club to which the family belongs. The Last Night of Ballyhoo takes on these questions of identity with a healthy dose of southern humor and can be seen now at Oyster Mill Playhouse under the direction of Aliza Bardfield and Michael Hosler through May 12th.

BWW Interview: Aliza Bardfield And Michael Hosler of THE LAST NIGHT OF BALLYHOO at Oy Photo BWW Interview: Aliza Bardfield And Michael Hosler of THE LAST NIGHT OF BALLYHOO at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Jessica Crowe - Apr 18, 2019

Oyster Mill Playhouse is working diligently to bring you their next production, The Last Night Of Ballyhoo. Set to debut on April 26th, this play transports us back to December of 1939 in Atlanta, Georgia, where the Freitag family is preparing for the annual Ballyhoo ball. As if the excitement surrounding the ball isn't enough, this year's celebration happens to coincide with the premiere of Gone with the Wind...

BWW Review: THE MOUSETRAP at Oyster Mill Playhouse Photo BWW Review: THE MOUSETRAP at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Andrea Stephenson - Jan 27, 2019