Elizabeth Wong’s work has been produced nationally and internationally. Her award-winning plays include Letters To A Student Revolutionary, Dating & Mating in Modern Times, Code of Conduct: A Soldiers’ Awakening at Guantanamo, Kimchee & Chitlins: A Serious Comedy About Getting Along, Tam Tran Goes To Washington, and China Doll. Her awards include the Tanne Foundation Award for Artistic Achievement, the Jane Chambers Playwriting Award, and the Kennedy Center’s David Mark Cohen National Playwriting Award. Ms. Wong was a Disney Writing Fellow, a Los Angeles Times Op-Ed columnist, and writer for the ABC sitcom All-American Girl starring Margaret Cho. Her residencies include The Hermitage, Yaddo, Ucross Big Red Foundation, and the Ecole Cantonale D’art Du Valais in Switzerland. Her publishers include Dramatic Publishing Company, Smith & Kraus Publishing, Samuel French, and Playscripts Inc. Her memberships include the Writers Guild of America, PEN, the Playwrights Center, and The Dramatist Guild. She holds an MFA in dramatic writing from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and she has taught playwriting and writing workshops at numerous educational institutions, including Texas A & M, Bowdoin College, Southern University of Maine, State University of New York, Geneseo; SUNY Potsdam; SUNY Albany; the University of California, Santa Barbara, and most recently at the University of Southern California. She was a member of Circle Rep Playwrights Lab, the Asian-American Playwrights Workshop at the Mark Taper Forum, the Nautilus Music Theatre Workshop, and currently she’s member of the Antaeus Theatre Company’s Playwriting Lab.