Isidore Elias' work has been produced in the US, Canada and Europe; most recently, his play, Goods, was at the Vortex (May 2012) and Willow Grove was at the Metropolitan Playhouse (June 2012). Cattaraugus Crick was showcased at the Hypothetical Theatre Company, Test Tube Baby of Mine was commissioned and presented in New York by Cross the Pond Productions, and Tiger Slayer, an adaptation of a classic Chinese story, was staged at the Henry Street Settlement House. Several ensembles have performed his monologues at various venues, including Vertical Player Repertory, Manhattan Theatre Source and Golden Fleece Ltd. His musical theatre work includes book and lyrics for Move!, a dance musical commissioned by the Royal Theatre Carré in Amsterdam, Falling Apart, a rock oratorio presented by the Century Theatre, and I Don’t Do Club Dates, showcased by the National Music Theatre Network. His libretto for The Bialy Sisters, Hot Swing With A Little Schmaltz received a Carbonell nomination for Best New Work. Other honors include grants from the New York State Council on the Arts and the BMI Foundation. Elias is a long-term member of the BMI-Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop and an alumnus of three rounds of the ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop.