Playwright, Dramaturg, Lyricist
Liv Wilson (they/she) is a creator based out of Washington, D.C. Their work as a playwright seeks to amplify meaningful, marginalized stories to enhance the local cultural environment through accessible art. Liv values the creation of bids for connection through ephemeral (and sometimes lyrical) "play" that centers societal subversion, nuanced spaces, and whispers of intimacy. She leads with curiosity in the creation of challenging worlds, electrifying crises, and enigmatic, queer people to better understand this performative world and herself.
As a generative artist, they just wrapped up the Pipeline New Works Fellowship at Cadence Theatre under the mentorship of David Lindsay-Abaire. As well as a short piece entitled, THE SILVER LINE, for Klecksography 2024 at Rorschach Theatre. She also has a new musical in the works!
As a dramaturg, they recently concluded work as Assistant Dramaturg for Tom Kitt and Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous" at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center.