Lily Dwoskin

Lily Dwoskin. Lily Dwoskin is a bookwriter, lyricist, and playwright based in New York, New York. She is a graduate of NYU's Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program where she was mentored by Sarah Schlesinger, William Finn, Mel Marvin, Randall Eng, Rachel Sheinkin, Sara Cooper, Kirsten Childs, and others. Her previous education includes Muhlenberg College, where she received a BA in theatre with a concentration in directing and creative writing, and Queen Mary University of London where she concentrated on classical plays and theatre history. Some of Lily's written work includes: Hyena in Petticoats, a two-act musical with music by Austin Nuckols; Three Bags Full, a one-act musical with music by Xiaodan Zhang; I want to Eat Brains, a ten-minute musical with music by Danny Ursetti; and A Fiesta in Mexico, a play in two acts. Her one-act plays: Tales of Edgar Allen Poe, Co-written with Brock Vickers and Story Time: The Wizard of Oz, Co-written with Joanna Volpe, were both commissioned by Hedgerow Theatre Company for their education and outreach program. A select few of Lily's stand-alone songs were performed as part of William Finn's "Ridiculously Talented..." cabaret at Barrington Stage Company. Lily is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America and has worked as a director, dramaturg, teaching artist, and stage manager, and won a KACTF award for excellence in directing. In her free time, Lily enjoys board games, superhero movies, and videos of animals doing adorable things. Website:

Plays by Lily Dwoskin