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Elizabeth A. Davis

It's not surprising to learn that Davis once competed in beauty pageants. She knows how to wield her lithe body as well as she wields a fiddle, playing the brash, whiskey-and-soap-opera-loving Czech immigrant Reza in "Once." The musical has given the Texas-born actress the chance to show off her fourfold talent: belting songs, dancing the tango, jumping on bars and playing the violin like a gypsy. Davis had never done a professional musical before "Once" and admits she was terrified at the prospect. Despite her fears, she earned a Tony nomination for featured actress in a musical.
Joan Marcus
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