Elizabeth Clark-Stern is a psychotherapist, screenwriter, actor, and playwright. Her produced teleplays include All I Could See From Where I Stood, Help Wanted, and the documentary Home From the Eastern Sea. In 2007 her play, Out of the Shadows: A Story of Toni Wolff and Emma Jung, was performed at the International Jungian Congress in Cape Town. In 2013, On the Doorstep of the Castle: The Story of Teresa of Avila and Alma de Leon was performed at the Copenhagen Jungian Congress. Her play Timeless Night: Viktor Frankl Meets Edith Stein premiered in Seattle in 2014. Elizabeth has also revived her first career in the arts, acting in the roles of Toni Wolff, Teresa of Avila, Edith Stein, and the Crone Camille Claudel.
Lindsey Rosen is a psychotherapist, dance/movement therapist, performance artist, yoga teacher, writer and mother. She acted, danced and choreographed the role of Alma in Elizabeth Clark-Stern’s play On the Doorstep of the Castle, presented at the International Association of Analytical Psychology Congress in Copenhagen in 2013. She has co-written/directed and choreographed The Movement of the Moon- Camille Claudel: Life Phases of the Feminine in Art, Madness, and Love, acting and dancing the role of adult Camille Claudel alongside her daughter in the role of Maiden Camille. She has a private practice in Seattle, pursues training in sandplay therapy and leads workshops for Mothers and Adolescent Daughters integrating the body, myth and feminine psychology.
Now, Penelope and her chorus of wronged maids tell their side of the story in a new stage version by Margaret Atwood, adapted from her own wry, witty and wise novel.
The Penelopiad premiered with the Royal Shakespeare Company in association with Canada's National Arts Centre at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, in July 2007.