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WHAT THEY HAD

ELIZABETH CHOMKO (Director, Writer) is an American filmmaker, playwright, actress and musician. Originally from Chicago, she is an alum of the Sundance Institute's Screenwriters and Composers Lab. Her script What They Had won an Academy Nicholl Fellowship and her stage plays have been produced at the Blank Theatre, Inkwell Theatre's LAB and the Kennedy Center's New Plays Festival. Additionally, Chomko has appeared as an actress in various films and television series. She has acted onstage in London and across the U.S.

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