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Austin/San Antonio: William Mohammad Razavi
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San Antonio proudly boasts being the hometown of gifted Dramatists Guild member William Mohammad Razavi. His life, ongoing achievements, and continued selfless outreach to build theatre and grow playwrights so impact from behind the scenes that they define him as a beacon who outshines any spotlight we could put on him.

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Sheila Rinear
Sheila Rinear

is a New Jersey and San Antonio-based award-winning playwright, screenwriter, director, and teacher. She has had over 60 productions of her work that have been commissioned and developed throughout the United States. Her plays are featured on the National New Play Exchange and four of her plays have recently been published by Leicester Bay Theatricals.

William Mohammad Razavi
William Mohammad Razavi

is the San Antonio Area Ambassador for the Dramatists Guild and recently stepped down after seven years as Artistic Director of the Overtime Theater. He teaches at St. Mary’s University, Our Lady of the Lake University, The Southwest School of Art, and Trinity University. His plays 27 Short Plays About Being Murdered in a Hotel by Abba and The Private Life of J.D. Salinger were recently given readings by the WineBox Players in NYC.