Name: Marylou DiPietro
What is your current project?
Bone on Bone by Marylou DiPietro
Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production?
Broadway Bound Theater Festival, 14th Street Y, NYC
What’s next for you?
Reading of my play, Black Butterflies: based on the life Rose Williams, at The Road Theatre, LA.
What is the name of the last show you saw?
Beyond The Wall
After receiving an undergraduate degree in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, DiPietro moved to New York City where she studied poetry and playwriting with, among others, Galway Kinnell and Arthur Miller, and acting at HB Studio with Carol Rosenfeld. She received her master’s in Theater Education from Emerson College where her play, Cold Water Flat, won the Playwrights’ Festival. Her play, Sugar, was a winner in the Kennedy Center College Playwrights’ Festival and was produced at Brandeis University.
Off-Broadway staged readings of Black Butterflies, DiPietro’s play based on the life of Rose Williams, Tennessee Williams’s sister and muse, took place at the Abingdon Theatre and the Peter Jay Sharp Theater. The short, one-act version of her newest play, Bone on Bone, was produced at Manhattan Repertory Theatre in November, 2016.
In April, 2017 an off-Broadway reading of the full-length version of Bone on Bone, directed by Emmy Award winning director, Mary Lou Belli, took place at the The Road Theatre in Los Angeles. The first full production of Bone on Bone will be produced at the Broadway Bound Theater Festival in August 2017.