Eliza Anderson. Eliza Anderson's work has been performed nationally and abroad, and includes The New England Sonata, Mill Girls (published by Playscripts, Inc., and winner of the 1999 Moss Hart Award for Best Regional Production), The Water Principle, The Lower Rooms, and That All of Us Should Be Fed (the latter two of which are published by Samuel French).
The recipient of numerous theatrical commissions and writing awards, Ms. Anderson has also received fellowships from the NEA/TCG, the Howard Foundation, the Rhode Island State Council for the Arts, and Brown University. Residencies include the American Playwrights' Exchange with the Royal Court Theatre, London; Playwright in Residence, A.S.K. Theatre Projects, Los Angeles; and NEA/TCG Playwright in Residence at Trinity Repertory Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island.
Having written several radio dramatizations for broadcast on National Public Radio, Ms. Anderson has acted as script consultant for The Public Media Foundation Scribbling Women Project, a series of radio adaptations of works by early American women writers.