Tom Wright

Tom Wright is an Australian theatre writer, mostly known for his adaptations and translations. He was born and educated in Melbourne. He was a member of Barrie Kosky's Gilgul Theatre in the 1990s, was Associate Director of Sydney Theatre Company 2004–2012, and is currently Associate Artist at Belvoir, Sydney.

His plays and adaptations include The Real & Imagined History of the Elephant Man, Picnic at Hanging Rock, A Journal of the Plague Year, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Ubu, This Is a True Story, Lorilei, Babes in the Wood, Tense Dave, The Odyssey, The Lost Echo, Criminology (with Lally Katz), Tales from the Vienna Woods, The Women of Troy, The War of the Roses, The Duel, Baal, Optimism, Oresteia, On the Misconception of Oedipus, The Histrionic and Black Diggers.

Tom Wright
Picnic at Hanging Rock
The Real & Imagined History of the Elephant Man

Sophie Wu

Sophie Wu is an actress and a writer for screen and stage. Her plays include Ramona Tells Jim (Bush Theatre, London, 2017); and a one-woman show, Sophie Wu is Minging, She Looks Like She’s Dead (Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre, 2014).

Sophie Wu
Ramona Tells Jim

Stephen Wyatt

Stephen Wyatt is the only writer to have won the Tinniswood Award for best radio drama script twice – for Memorials to the Missing in 2007 and Gerontius in 2011. He has written over twenty original scripts for radio and numerous dramatisations including Dante's The Divine Comedy. He's also written for television (Doctor Who and Casualty) and his theatre work has been seen everywhere from London's West End to the Bubble Theatre's touring tent. In conjunction with New Writing South and the University of Sussex, he created the UK's first online radio drama course in 2009. His novel, The World and His Wife, was published in 2019.

Stephen Wyatt
So You Want To Write Radio Drama?

William Wycherley

William Wycherley (1641–1716) was an English dramatist of the Restoration period, best known for the plays The Country Wife and The Plain Dealer.

The Country Wife
Restoration Comedy: Three Plays

Danny Lee Wynter

Danny Lee Wynter is an actor, activist, playwright and columnist. He is the founder of Act For Change, the campaign group that helped change representation across the live and recorded arts. His plays include BLACK SUPERHERO (Royal Court Theatre, London, 2023).