Dramatists Guild of America on the Occasion of Its 100th Anniversary,
Gwydion Suilebhan


Gwydion Suilebhan

Gwydion Suilebhan is a founding member of The Welders and D.C.’s representative to The Dramatists Guild, Suilebhan is the author of The Butcher, Reals, Abstract Nude, The Constellation, Let X, The Faithkiller, Cracked, Anthem, Evolution, Hot & Cold, The Great Dismal, and Buggy & Tyler. His work has been commissioned, produced, and developed by theaters in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, D.C., Baltimore, and St. Louis, including Active Cultures, Centerstage, dog & pony DC, the Ensemble Studio Theatre, Forum Theatre, Gulfshore Playhouse, HotCity Theatre, the National New Play Network, Rorschach Theatre, Source Theater Festival, the Taffety Punk Theatre Company, Theater Alliance, and Theater J. He writes for stage, screen, print, and throughout the blogosphere, including HowlRound and 2amTheatre. Suilebhan earned his master’s degree in poetry from Johns Hopkins University. He speaks on theater and the arts around the country; his recent engagements include South by Southwest, the Dramatists Guild National Conference, TEDxWDC,TEDxMichiganAve, the Ethical Society, and several academic institutions. His publications include two of his plays, Abstract Nude and Cracked; Inner Harbor: Ten Poems; more than 75 articles on poetry, education, and cuisine; and the Foreword to The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Grammar and Style.