Marylou DiPietro  

Biography

Ms. DiPietro is a poet and playwright who returned to painting, after an extended hiatus, three years ago. She has been working with artist, Dawn Randall, her eighty-nine year old painting mentor, for the past two years.

Ms. DiPietro has an undergraduate degree in Creative Writing from Syracuse University and a master’s degree in Theater Education from Emerson College.

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 in October 2014 and the Peter Jay Sharp Theater in December 2015.  The World Première of DiPietro’s play, Bone on Bone, took place at Manhattan Repertory Theatre in November, 2016.

Ms. DiPietro’s poetry, fiction, and non-fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies.  She collaborated, as writer, producer, and project director, with Boston artist Marguerite McDonald on Snow on the Brain:  Living with Multiple Sclerosis.  The World Premiere of Snow on the Brain took place in April 2012 at the Open Door Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts.            

She has two grown children and lives with her husband in Harrisville, New Hampshire where she splits her time between writing, painting, and working as a C.A.S.A./Guardian Ad Latium (Court Appointed Special Advocate for abuse and neglected children).

 

Contact Information

Address:
PO Box 300
66 Main St.
Harrisville, NH 03450

Telephone: 603-827-3092

Website: www.maryloudipietro.com

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