Dramatists Guild of America on the Occasion of Its 100th Anniversary,
Ralph Sevush, Esq.


Ralph Sevush, Esq.

Ralph Sevush, Esq.,is an entertainment attorney (Cardozo Law School, 1991) and Executive Director of Business Affairs for the Dramatists Guild of America, where he advises over 7,000 playwrights, lyricists, and composers writing for the stage, and where he is a regular contributor to The Dramatist magazine. Early in his career, he worked for Sony Pictures, Reiss Media, New Line Cinema, and ALMI Cinema 5 Films in various aspects of motion picture marketing, distribution, and finance. Later, as the Director of Business Affairs for Fremont Associates, he worked on the Broadway productions of Big*The Musical, Bill Irwin & David Shiner’s Fool Moon, and Julia Sweeney’s God Said, `HA!’, and the off-Broadway and Los Angeles productions of Claudia Shear’s Blown Sideways Through Life. He also co-produced and general managed an Off-Off-Broadway revival of the Harvey Schmidt/Tom Jones musical Philemon. Currently, in addition to his work at the Guild, he is a member of the BMI/Lehman Engel Musical Theater Librettists’ Workshop. Also, his play Little One, Goodbye was last presented as part of the Immigrants’ Theatre Project's “American Dreams” staged reading series at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum.