Author: Elizabeth Wong and Michael Bigelow Dixon

Elizabeth Wong is a Los Angeles-based playwright and director. Her play Code of Conduct about a soldier deployed to Guantanamo, was named a 2018 O’Neill Theatre Center finalist. Other plays include Kimchee & Chitlins, Letters to a Student Revolutionary, Dating & Mating in Modern Times, and China Doll. Tam Tran Goes To Washington, her play about an undocumented dreamer who becomes a student activist, is now touring Los Angeles colleges and high schools. Ms. Wong was a Disney Writing Fellow, a Los Angeles Times columnist, and staff writer for All-American Girl. She holds an MFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and teaches playwriting at the University of Southern California. You can learn more at www.elizabethwong.net. Michael Bigelow Dixon is a director, dramaturg, and teaching artist. He authored Breaking from Realism: A Map/Quest for the Next Generation. His latest book Monologues for Headspace Theatre: Radical Thinking Inside a Box will be available soon from Smith & Kraus.

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