Susan K. DiLallo
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    133 West 24th Street, Apt 3,
    New York, NY, 10011, United States of America
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Susan K. DiLallo

self employed

Fiction writer, lyricist, librettist, playwright, copywriter, humor columnist, creative director, and mother of four.

Full Bio
After a solid and much-loved career in advertising agencies, writing TV and radio commercials, Susan segued to fiction, plays, librettos, lyrics, and musical theater. Her works include: Once Upon a Time in New Jersey (book and lyrics);

Iron Curtain (libretto); Angelina Ballerina (book and lyrics); Fancy Nancy (book and lyrics); TRIPLETS, A Play In Three Births; the revised libretto to the George

Abbott/Dorothy Fields/Arthur Schwartz musical, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn; and I Loved You The Longest (a play). Other writing credits include: book and lyrics for The Clear Channel/Mattel production of Barbie Live! In Fairytopia; Pinocchio, a Family Musical About Adoption; and the romantic thriller The House Next Door, a recent New York Times Best Seller, written with James Patterson. Susan has given presentations on How To Make A Presentation. She has taught classes in creative writing for both children and special-needs adults. Member: ASCAP, BMI Musical Theater Workshop, The Dramatists Guild, League Of Profe

Professional Credits
Fiction writer, lyricist, librettist, playwright, copywriter, creative director, humor columnist and mother of four.
Industry Awards
In advertising: a Clio, three Effies, and several Art Director Show certificates. In musical theater: recipient of the coveted Kleban Award, given annually to _x0018_The Most Promising Librettist in Musical Theater_x0019_; a Richard Rodgers Development Award, given by the American Academy of Arts & Letters; a Jonathan Larson Foundation grant; winner, The Global Search for New Musicals Competition, Cardiff; winner, KIDDSTUFF New Play Competition; New York Innovative Theater Award for Best Off-Off Broadway Musical; two Outer Critics Circle nominations; Fred Ebb Award finalist; Creative Child Magazine CD of the Year.