Ellen O’Malley

(?-1961) Ellen O’Malley was born in Dublin and made her stage debut in 1898 at the Theatre Royale, Margate. Her first part in a Shakespeare play was as Queen Elizabeth in Richard Flanagan’s June, 1904, production of Richard III. Her next part was as Sylvia in The Two Gentlemen of Verona¬†(1904). In 1911, after playing Cordelia in King Lear in 1909 at the Haymarket Theatre, she joined the company of Sir Frank Benson, playing at Stratford and on tour. WithRead more

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth (Woodville) is a character in Richard III. Although she is not in the text of the play, Elizabeth of York also appears in many on-stage productions of Richard III.Read more