D.W. Gregory is a U.S. based playwright best known for Radium Girls. Her work in youth theatre was launched with a residency at Imagination Stage in Bethesda, Md., where she wrote and premiered Miracle in Mudville and four other plays for young audiences. Two of those works, Penny Candy and The Secret Lives of Toads, are available through Dramatic Publishing. A resident playwright with New Jersey Rep, she is best known for Radium Girls, a popular title with high schools in the United States. Other plays include The Good Daughter, which received a Pulitzer nomination in 2003, and October 1962, both produced at NJ Rep.
In addition to writing plays, Gregory has worked as a theatre critic, writing for The Washington Post, and as a teaching artist.
More information about her plays is available on her website, http://www.dwgregory.com.