Stony Brook University Department of Theatre Arts
MFA Dramaturgy Stony Brook University
Elizabeth works professionally as a dramaturg and director of community performance projects. Elizabeth graduated from Stony Brook University's MFA dramaturgy program in 2004, and has stayed on at Stony Brook as a lecturer. As the department of Theatre Arts' Graduate Teaching Mentor, Elizabeth mentors and supervises graduate students in their teaching practice. She also teaches play analysis, theater history, American theater, and Prevention Through the Arts in collaboration with the Center for Prevention and Outreach on campus. Elizabeth became a mom in May 2013.
New play development, collaborative projects, community-based theater
Dramaturg, THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO TRAINS by Quincy Long, commissioned through America-in-Play 2012
Dramaturg/consultant Swamp Gravy's LIVE AND LEARN by Will Murdock 2012-2013
Lead Dramaturg, America-in-Play's RECOVERY PROJECT under the artistic direction of Lynn M. Thomson - CURRENT
Curator, reading series of classic plays by women, Airmid Theater 2014