Katie Baldwin Eng grew up in London, Jerusalem and New York and majored in comparative religion at Brown University.
In 2002, she received her MFA from NYU's Musical Theater Writing Program in and since then has been writing musicals. Her adaptation of the George Macdonald story The Day Boy and The Night Girl was a 2004 finalist for the Richard Rodgers Award and was produced by Indiana University's Premiere Musicals Workshop un August 2008. Her 3 short musicals, Passage of Dreams, with composer Jeff Tang were developed in Minneapolis at Playlabs 2006 and will premiere in March 2009 with Minneapolis' Theater Latte Da. DISORDER: A Mother-Daughter Vaudeville with composer Gihieh Lee and lyricist Julianne Wick Davis, was part of William Finn's 2006 Musical Theater Lab at Barrington Stage Company. She is married to composer and Jeopardy champion, Randall Eng.They live in New York City with their daughter, Olive.