Angela Betzien is a writer and a founding member of Melbourne-based theatre company Real TV. Her work has toured widely across Australia and internationally.
Her plays include: The Dark Room (winner of the 2011 Sydney Theatre Award for Best New Australian work); War Crimes (winner of the 2012 Kit Denton Disfellowship and the QLD Literary Award for Playwriting); Children of the Black Skirt (winner of the 2005 Drama Victoria Award for Best Performance by a Theatre Company for Secondary Schools); Hoods (toured extensively throughout Australia and internationally); Where in the World is Frank Sparrow? (Graffiti Theatre, Ireland, 2012); The Girl Who Cried Wolf (Sydney Opera House:Ed and Arena Theatre); Helicopter (Melbourne Theatre Company); Tall Man (Creative Regions); The Teenage Alchemist (commissioned by ATYP and Camp Quality); Princess of Suburbia (Real TV); and The Kingswood Kids (La Boite). Her play Egg won the 2017 AWGIE award for Children's Theatre.
She has also received the Sydney Theatre Company Patrick White Fellowship.