K. Elizabeth Stevens
K. Elizabeth Stevens is an Assistant Professor of Acting and Directing at Swarthmore College where she has directed Witold Gombrowicz's Ivona Princess of Burgundia, Jonathan Franzen's new translation of Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Through the Leaves by Franz Xaver Kroetz. Before teaching at Swarthmore, she taught at Bryn Mawr College, where she directed Three Sisters, Big Love and Antigone. And before coming to Philadelphia, Elizabeth served as the Associate Artistic Director and Literary Manager at the Dallas Theater Center, where she taught, ran workshops, served as dramaturg and directed an acclaimed production of Margaret Edson's W;t.
Other productions include Desire (Headlong Dance Theater), Impressions of Pelleas (Curtis Opera Theater), The Medium (Curtis Opera Theater), Speak, Mascot (Workshop for Potential Movement), Gilgamesh: a world-premiere opera (La Mama, NYC), Baby with the Bathwater (Triad Stage, Greensboro), Dick in London, (Target Margin Theater, NYC), Whirligig, (Target Margin Theater), Loot (Actor's Express, Atlanta), Bee-luther-hatchee, (Actor's Express), Doctor of Last Resort, (Clubbed Thumb, NYC), Prometheus Bound, (Ontological Hysteric Theater, NYC), Life is a Dream, Titus Andronicus and Cloud Nine, (Yale School of Drama), Tone Clusters and Turn of the Screw, (Yale Cabaret).
She has an MFA from Yale School of Drama.