ELIZABETH MAK is a Singapore-born US-based interdisciplinary theatre artist and designer.
She’s interested in making new work that challenges the boundaries between theatre, dance, and opera, work that blurs the line between text, movement, and design, work that actively impacts the communities we live in. Her design credits include Cymbeline (Yale Repertory Theater); Nanyang: The Musical (Singapore International Festival of Arts); Deer and the Lovers, Preston Montfort, The Seagull, Twelfth Night (Yale School of Drama); We Are All Here, I’m with You in Rockland, MoonSong, How We Died of Disease-Related Illness, Cloud Tectonics, 50:13 (Yale Cabaret); Beckett Shorts, The Flu Season (American Repertory Theater Institute); Counterpoint, 35 (Harvard-Radcliffe Modern Dance Company); House of Yes, Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club); B O X (NineSidedBox). Independent productions: The Graveyard Book, Waiting. AB in Performance and Theatre Arts Harvard University. MFA in Design Yale School of Drama.