Elizabeth Wong graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, with an MFA in dramatic writing. Her plays include: China Doll, Letters to a Student Revolutionary, Kimchee & Chitlins, The Love Life of a Eunuch, and Dating & Mating in Modern Times. Ms. Wong has received commissions and productions from Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis, Omaha Magic Theatre, Denver Center Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Honolulu Theatre For Youth, and Actors Theatre of Louisville, among others. The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts commissioned her to write an opera libretto from her adaptation of Oscar Wilde's The Happy Prince, with Emmy Award-winning composer Michael Silversher. Ms. Wong, a former newspaper reporter on both coasts, was a Disney Writing Fellow, and a staff writer on ABC's groundbreaking sitcom with Margaret Cho, All-American Girl. She is a member of PEN, the Dramatists Guild, ASSITEJ, and the Writers Guild of America, West. She lives in Los Angeles, with two cats inherited from the great actress Claire Trever.