- Bo Wilson
Bo Wilson makes his home in Richmond, Va., where he works as a professional dramatist. The author of more than 40 plays, his work has won a variety of national awards and fellowships from theatre companies, universities and festivals all over the country. His plays have been produced by LORT theatres, SPT theatres, community theatres, murder-mystery dinner theatres, children’s theatres and most every other sort of theatre. His work has been published by Samuel French, Algonquin Press and Dramatic Publishing. He has also written several dozen award-winning training films for private industry and the United States government including DuPont, the Department of Veteran Affairs, the U.S. Navy, the FBI and the Defense Intelligence Agency. Before working full time as a professional writer, Bo began as a literary manager/dramaturg for TheatreVirginia. He also worked for years as a LORT stage manager for more than 60 productions. In addition to his writing career, he now enjoys directing from time to time; he won a best director award for his production of Shining City, and his production of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot was named best dramatic production in Richmond for 2011. He is also a professional voice talent, with several hundred national, regional and local radio and television commercials to his credit, as well as voices for the bestselling video game Fallout 4. A graduate of Virginia Tech and of the National Theatre Institute, Wilson is a member of the Actors’ Equity Association and The Dramatists Guild. He is also a member of the Happily-Married-Father-of-Two Club (lifetime membership).