Elizabeth Wong is playwright/director known for her quirky blend of social issues and comedy. Plays:Letters to a Student Revolutionary, Dating & Mating in Modern Times, China Doll, and Kimchee & Chitlins. Commissions: Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Denver Center Theatre, Honolulu Theatre for Youth; and from the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to adapt her libretto of Oscar Wilde’s The Happy Prince. Directorial work: Moliere’s Tartuffe (Alice Austen Theatre in Geneseo, NY); Dating & Mating in Modern Times (Brave New Works Festival; Theatre Emory, Atlanta, GA) and Letters to a Student Revolutionary (Albany Performing Arts Center, Albany, NY). She was a Los Angeles Times editorial columnist and Disney Writing Fellow. She holds an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. TV credits: ABC’s All-American Girl. Memberships: PEN, Dramatist Guild and Writers Guild West.
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