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Edith Tarbescu
A graduate of Yale School of Drama, Edith Tarbescu has written for many notable publications, including The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, and New York Newsday. With four children's books and over a dozen plays produced, Edith recently made an appearance on C-Span. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild and Society for Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and currently resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Matt Thompson
Matt Thompson

Matthew Salazar-Thompson has been commissioned as a playwright by The San Diego Repertory Theatre Star Crossed, North Coast Repertory Theatre Ted Williams: A Tip of the Cap, Mistletoe, Music amp Mayhem!?, Compass Theatre 9066, The 146 Point Flame, New Fortune Theatre Cellar Door, Switching Tracks, and Point Loma Playhouse The Complete History of Theatre - abridged, read more

Gayann Truelove
Gayann Truelove
Gayann has been involved in theate for over thirty-five years. She was a professional dancer in her youth and has directed Senior Citizen and Children's performing groups for many years. Gayann served Fayette Community Theatre, Inc. as Assistant Director for eleven years and presently is a founding Board Member of Fayette-Coweta Family Theatre, Inc., both theatres are south of Atlanta, read more
Walt Vail
Walt Vail is the recipient of a New Jersey Council on the Arts Fellowship for his play Angalak, produced off-Broadway in New York by The Open Eye: New Stagings. His play Hattie's Dress was produced by The Philadelphia Festival Theatre for New Plays. Recent productions include Design for Loving and Neighbors, both produced by The Vagabond Acting Troupe of Philadelphia, PA. read more
Michelle Van Loon
Michelle Van Loon, author of Fairy Tale Academy and Imagination's Music, is a freelance writer with a wide variety of published work to her credit including several other plays, numerous skits, magazine articles, curriculum and children's stories. "My first love is playwriting," she says. "No matter what I write, it always has the heartbeat of a script." In October 2005, Michelle's first book, read more
Philip Vassallo
Philip Vassallo

Philip Vassallo has written numerous produced plays, including What Do You Charge for Cure?, How Silent Do I Sound?, Do I Bleed in the Dark?, Isn't This the Way You Wanted Me?, How You Get to Main Street?, The Spelling Bee, Ask Me, Everything Means Something Else, The Phoenix, The Community Service, Family Secretsread more

DonnaMarie Vaughan
Ms. Vaughan is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter who writes for both the teen and adult markets. Her plays have appeared all over the country and in many drama competitions. Her monologue (published by Brooklyn publishers) Ice Cream for Dinner premiered in NYC as part of the Women for Women show.
Steven Verrier
Steven Verrier is a Tokyo-based writer of drama, fiction, and nonfiction whose work has appeared in American, Canadian, and Japanese publications. He has worked as a musician, and has written several full-length musicals as well as shorter plays. Convinced that life, particularly his own, is a comedy, he currently is working on a memoir highlighting some of the particularly comical moments and situations he has encountered.
Sheri Flannery Verrilli
Sheri Flannery Verrilli
With plays currently published by Brooklyn Publishers LLC, Heuer Publishers LLC, and Pioneer Drama Services, Sheri Flannery Verrilli is a playwright, director, choreographer and performer with over 35 years of experience in the arts and historic arts, including three decades as a member of The Mermaids Taleread more
Michael Weems
Michael Weems is a Houston based playwright. Recent production credits include: 132 (which received 8 separate productions in 2012 – most notably - Sam French Off Off Broadway Festival); Hanukkah Presents from My Hockey Player Boyfriend (New American Theatre – Los Angeles); Spoons (Viaduct Theatre – Chicago); She’s Bound to Know (Scriptwriter’s Houston 10x10); and Feelin’ Allright (book – SRO Productions –... read more
Carolyn West
Carolyn West has had several short plays produced around the U.S. She is a participating member of The Brick Playhouse in Philadelphia where most of her plays are developed.
Louise Wigglesworth
Louise Wigglesworth is a playwright and educator who has taught in middle school, secondary and college theater programs. Louise has authored full length plays, The Penbridge Provocation, In The Shade Of Old Trees, Drawing The Human Form, Seasonal Migrations, and the stage adaptation of Albert Camus’ The Plagueread more
Carl L. Williams
CARL L. WILLIAMS is a Houston playwright whose full-length and one-act plays have won numerous national playwriting competitions. His plays have received hundreds of productions around the country, including off-off-Broadway, as well as in a number of foreign countries. Several of his one-acts have been included in anthologies. Carl is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America, Texas Nonprofit Theatres, read more
Mike Willis
Mike Willis

Mike studied theatre arts with an emphasis on acting at the University of Wisconsin, Platteville. His professional acting credits include sixteen seasons of regional theatre, fourteen of those with either The Wisconsin Shakespeare Festival Theatre Company or The South Dakota Shakespeare Company. Mike has been the recipient of numerous directing, acting, read more

Kurt V. Wilt
KV Wilt lives in San Antonio, Florida with his partner Denise Daudelin, actress, poet, painter, and lover of animals. He has taught creative writing, literature, and myth at Saint Leo University for more than 25 years.
Laura Woebbeking
Laura’s writing interests flourished when she began writing scripts for variety shows, church dramas, and community events in her local town. The popularity of these scripts prompted the school district to ask Laura if she would lead their high school drama department. Laura accepted the challenge. As the high school drama program grew, read more
Dwayne Yancey
Dwayne Yancey is a playwright from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia whose work has been produced across North America and some locations overseas. For details, video and photos, see dwayneyancey.wordpress.com.
Saul Zachary
Saul Zachary has had his plays produced in theatres in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. He is co-founder/artistic director of the Manhattan Playwrights Unit and Grand Mal Theatre, and former co-founder/artistic director of Playwrights Platform, Boston. His work is published in The Best Short Plays series, in A Grand Entrance and in the School of Visual Arts literary magazine Wordsread more
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