Elizabeth Addison is a composer, lyricist, playwright, actor, producer and entrepreneur in the midst of writing, work shopping and producing her musical This is Treatment, a story about women helping women recover at an addiction treatment facility. She is the former Associate Artistic Director and founding member of The Dreamscape Project Group, an all-female theatre troupe dedicated to developing pieces that address diversity through dance, movement, music and dramatic narrative. She is an actor and teaching artist with the Improbable Players as well as one of their Board Members. In 2015, she was awarded one of two playwrighting fellowships with Company One and also led a fundraiser to raise money for the victims of the Charleston church shooting. Elizabeth has been awarded three grants: The Bob Jolly Grant, The Boston Opportunity Fund Grant and most recently the TBF Lab Grant for her new one-ish woman show, F**k! Now what?! A story about rebuilding your life, finding community and belonging, and going after a childhood dream even when everyone around you, including the voices in your head, tell you not to. She has been featured in Scout Cambridge Magazine, Boston Voyager Magazine and The Boston Herald. She has been twice featured on the Emmy Award winning television show CityLine, and has been heard on radio programs in Boston and New York City. Elizabeth is currently working on an album for F**k! Now what?! a documentary entitled, Chasing Beads: Recovering Relationships, and just started her company, This is Treatment LLC, a company dedicated to producing and publishing works by women who are rebuilding their lives.
- NYC/Tri-State Area
- Boston/New England
- Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
- THE DRAMATISTS GUILD
Person of Color?