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From the Desk of Emmanuel Wilson: Onward and Upward
Women in conversation

These are tumultuous times. However, we are not averse to hardship as writers for the theatre. We know how to push through and manifest. It was DG’s founding in the aftermath of the 1918 pandemic and the resolve of the dramatists of the time to advocate for each other that continues to guide us.

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Emmanuel Wilson
Emmanuel Wilson

joined the staff of the Dramatists Guild in 2017. A playwright, producer, and lifelong resident of New York City, Emmanuel founded the Blue Rose Stage Company at age eighteen, serving as its artistic director for six years. At TADA! Youth Theater, Emmanuel served as artistic associate and literary manager, commissioning and supporting new works. In 2003, he was selected as a New Generations Future Leader by TCG. This multi-year fellowship, designed to "cultivate and strengthen a new generation of future theatre leadership" was supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.