A writer and experienced producer, Angela is currently based in New York City. She is dedicated to creating highly imaginative, darkly humorous, and socially relevant theater. She has recently ventured into nonfiction and has already been published by Exposition Review and was awarded a residency by the Vermont Studio Center.
Originally from Los Angeles, she started her theater career in San Francisco after graduating from Saint Mary’s College of California. While in the Bay Area she worked as company manager for foolsFURY Theater and had readings of her plays at foolsFURY and The Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco.
In 2010, she graduated with her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College, where she won the Lipkin Playwriting Award. Her work has also been presented by foolsFURY Theater, Pan Asian Rep, Abingdon Theater, Communal Space Project, Dixon Place and others. She has taught drama and playwriting at schools in the Bronx, Westchester County, throughout Vermont with Northern Stage, and in New York City with The Possibility Project.
Experienced in marketing sound design, she produced the first season of How You Can Save the World, a podcast about environmental sustainability. And Then Suddenly is her first self-created and produced program.