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Elizabeth Ahlfors was born and raised in New York, graduated from NYU with a degree in Journalism. She has lived in Italy, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and now she and her family are back in New York. Over the years, she has written articles on the women's movement, women in American history, medicine, childcare, and a weekly column in Pennsylvania called Woman Today . She published three books on women in American history: A Housewife's Guide to Women's Liberation, Twelve American Women, and Heroines of '76 (for children).
Her first love was always for music, cabaret, and theater – in the audience, not performing. She now writes regularly for Cabaret Scenes, CityCabaret.com and Curtain Up's Cabaret Nights . She was previously Philadelphia correspondent for Theatre.Com and InTheatre Magazine and reviewed theater and cabaret for Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia City News and Spotlight Magazine . She is a member of Drama Desk and a judge for the Backstage Bistro Awards.