Liz Duffy Adams is a playwright, whose plays include the post-apocalyptic comedy Dog Act (winner of the Will Glickman Award; published by Playscripts, Inc. and soon to beanthologized in Geek Theater, Underwords Press; produced multiple times, including by Shotgun Players, San Francisco, and Flux Ensemble Theater, NYC), The Listener (produced byCrowded Fire, San Francisco, and Moxie Theater, San Diego) and Listener of Junk City (winner of the Frederick Loewe Award in Music-Theatre).
Other fantasy/science fiction/dramaturgically indefensible plays include The Reckless Ruthless Brutal Charge of It or, The Train Play (published by Playscripts, Inc; produced by ClubbedThumb, NYC, and Crowded Fire, San Francisco; French translation just read at Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris), One Big Lie (produced by Crowded Fire, Oakland Tribune Ten BestList), and Off the Clock (very new and just workshopped at UMass New Plays Lab).
She has also written the historical plays Or, (published by Dramatists Play Service and in Smith & Kraus' New Playwrights: The Best Plays Of 2010; produced Off Broadway atWomen's Project Theater and over two dozen times since, including at Magic Theater and Seattle Rep; winner of a Lillian Hellman Award and Women of Achievement Award) and A Discourse on theWonders of the Invisible World (premiered at Contemporary American Theater Festival). She's been a New Dramatists Resident Playwright and a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow, and wasthe 2012-2013 Briggs-Copeland Visiting Lecturer in Playwriting at Harvard.
She has written a science fiction novel, The Sensationalists (in progress). She lives partly in New York City but mostly in Greenfield MA, and holds both American and Irish passports, incase she needs to go on the lam. More at lizduffyadams.com.