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Elizabeth Irwin


ELIZABETH IRWIN was born in Worcester, raised by Brooklyn and finished by el D.F. (aka Mexico City). She was a member of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, Playwrights Realm Writing Fellow, the Public Theater’s Emerging Writers Group and Playwrights Realm’s Page One Resident Playwright. Her play My Mañana Comes (Lucille Lortel Outstanding Play nominee, Drama Desk Outstanding Play Nominee, Outer Critics Circle John Gassner Award Nominee), received its critically acclaimed off Broadway debut at the Peter Jay Sharp theater and was also at San Diego REPertory Theatre, Marin Theatre Company, ArtsWest Seattle, Teatro Vista in Chicago and Premiere Stages in Houston. Her play terrace play (2021) completed a sold out run in Flatbush, Brooklyn and was featured in Brooklyn Paper. Her work has been developed at the Ojai Playwrights Conference, La Jolla DNA New Works Festival, Space on Ryder Farm, and the Omega Institute. She is currently a member of the Primary Stages Dorothy Strelsin New American Writers Group. Her play Support received a site specific production in spring 2023. Her play Old Stupid Village will be workshopped in collaboration with Play Incubation Collective and UMass-Amherst in fall 2023. 

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