M.A. The National University of Ireland, Galway
Elizabeth has been a part of the AUIS community since 2012. She has taught at every level of APP, as well as in the community outreach programs Access, the Honors English Program (HEP), and the Future Leaders Program (FLP). She focuses on teaching reading and academic skills.
Elizabeth took over for AUIS Drama in 2013 and has been involved in the student-written production The Arranged, the Iraqi premiere of 9 Parts of Desire, the original production Will's Cafe, the adaptation 12 Angry (Wo)Men, an abridged version of Euripides' Medea, and the touring production of A Midsummer Night's Dream in conjunction with the British Council. In November 2019, AUIS Drama will perform the original adaption, The Importance of Being Rastgo, from Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest.
Elizabeth has a BA in Psychology, with minors in Spanish Literature and Language and Theatre Studies. She completed her MA in Performance and Production in 2019. Her research interests involve intercultural performance studies, theatre as communication, and performing heritage onstage.