Elizabeth Brincklow is the Art and International Relations Manager for the Office of Arts & International Relations for the City of St. Petersburg. She previously worked with Asolo State Theater in Sarasota, FL and Living Stage/Arena Stage in Washington, DC. Ms. Brincklow was involved with numerous original projects as a producer, writer, director or actor in New York City and locally as Artistic Director of the Florida Playwrights Process at Ruth Eckerd Hall, in addition to other Tampa Bay area theatre work. Since 2002, she has presented the Class Acts Education Performance Series and Community Arts Program at Progress Energy Center’s Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg, FL. Ms. Brincklow is a graduate of Florida State University with a BA in Theater. After post-graduate work at FSU, she continued dance and theater studies in Paris, France with Etienne Decroux and Ella Jarocewicz Marceau. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Inc. and the Association of Performing Arts Professionals, International Performing Arts for Youth, Florida Public Art Network, among others.