Elizabeth Dinkova is a Bulgarian itinerant director, adaptor, and
collaborative creator who explores alternative realities at the intersection of theater, film, and music in pursuit of social justice. In 2021-22, she was the Associate Artistic Director of 7 Stages Theatre in Atlanta. She is an alumn of the Alliance Theatre’s Artistic Leadership fellowship and a recent graduate from the MFA Directing program at the Yale School of Drama, where she served as a Co-Artistic Director of the Yale Summer Cabaret and received the Julian Milton Kaufman Prize for Directing. Recent projects include: Cracking Zeus by Christopher Hampton for the Alliance Theatre’s digital channel; the visual album TIT, inspired by Titus Andronicus, at 7 Stages; Rage, a play with music adapted from Stephen King, at Quinnipiac University; The Seagull at Serenbe Playhouse; Othello at the Yale School of Drama. She has taught theatre and film directing at UC Riverside, Toronto Metropolitan University, and Quinnipiac University.