More about Caroline
Caroline has been teaching adults and children for over fifteen years. She trained at a number of institutions, including the Williamstown Theater Festival, LA Connection Improv, a two-year course in Meisner Technique in Los Angeles, and a screenwriting seminar with Robert McKee.
After training as an actor since childhood, and receiving her B.A. from Vassar College in drama and political science, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. She wrote, co-directed, and performed in a number of plays in Hollywood, and worked behind the camera in film and Reality TV. Additionally, she co-founded the online sketch comedy show, The Monkey Box, where she wrote and directed sketches, and performed as an actor. Caroline produced her short film, P.T.A-Holes, which won honorable mention in the SENE Film Festival and Hollywood New Directors, and for which the screenplay placed in the quarter-finals of Final Draft's Big Break Contest, semi-finals in the prestigious Page International Screenwriting Awards, and won 1st Prize in one of Fade In's First Ten Pages competition. She lives in New York with her husband and three children.
LA WEEKLY reviews
“Gordon-Elliott’s razor-sharp wit hits the mark throughout.”
“Pretty girls are stupid, ugly girls are smart and fat girls are funny, proclaims playwright-performer Caroline Gordon-Elliott, who proceeds to shatter those stereotypes by being pretty, smart and funny.”