Dramatists in the Age of New Media
DC Regional Rep and communications strategist Gwydion Suilebhan explains that new media doesn’t have to be something scary or intimidating, but in fact can be very helpful to dramatists - for those who engage.
Originally recorded at the 2013 Dramatists Guild’s National Conference in Chicago.
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Gwydion Suilebhan is a DC-based writer and communications consultant. His work has been commissioned, produced, and developed by theaters in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, DC, 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. Gwydion also writes for stage, screen, print, and throughout the blogosphere, including HowlRound and 2amTheatre. He is a founding member of The Welders and DC’s representative to The Dramatists Guild.
Works Include: The Butcher, Reals, Abstract Nude, The Constellation, Let X, The Faithkiller, Cracked, Anthem, Evolution, Hot & Cold, The Great Dismal, and Buggy & Tyler.
Gwydion Suilebhan’s website: http://www.suilebhan.com/about/bio/
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