Elizabeth Liang has been touring her intercultural solo show, Alien Citizen: An Earth Odyssey, nationally and internationally. It had its world premiere in Hollywood, in May 2013. Elizabeth brought it to Wesleyan in April 2014 and has also performed it at Princeton, M.I.T., Williams, Augustana, S.D., and Carleton; theatre festivals Off Off Broadway and in San Francisco; conferences in Chicago and Tyson’s Corner, Va.; and in Panama and Iceland. For more info: aliencitizensoloshow.com
Darcy Dennett writes: “My entire life has been about work for the past year—and will likely be for coming months as well! Still living in NYC despite what appears to be a massive population explosion.” She’s producing and directing The Champions, her first independent documentary feature, which will be released in 2015. Here’s the summary: “All the odds were against the 22 pit-bulls rescued from star quarterback Michael Vick’s dogfighting ring. Forced to fight for their lives, they were considered so dangerous that PETA and The Humane Society wanted them euthanized. But what no one counted on was their courage—and their story inspired a nation.”
Caitlin Boger-Hawkins has worked for Connecticut’s community college system since the late ’90s, and lives with her husband Rick, 14-year-old daughter, Julia; 12-year-old son, Thomas; and dachshund, Minerva, in beautiful Litchfield County. She would love to connect with others in the Northwest Corner!
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