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Stephanie Wilson, Play Wright, Director, and Producer of " A Wound In Time"

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Photobucket Stephanie Wilson was born and raised in the Bronx and studied Communications at Bronx Community College, and Theatre at NYU School of the Arts. She has appeared in film, on stage, and in music video, and was a resident playwright at R.A.P.P. Arts in the East Village where actor Ella Joyce ("Roc") was in the Actors Pool. It was there that Stephanie wrote "A Wound In Time", her upcoming drama opening at The Nuyorican Poets Cafe on October 22nd. The play had 2 staged readings, one in which Ella Joyce read the role of Iya Carmen, a Santeria priestess, 22 years ago. The play was recently revised, and adapted into a screenplay where it was semi and quarter finalist in 2 of 3 film festivals entered. Stephanie is an Olorisha, having Elegba crowned for 27 years this month. She wrote "A Wound In Time" because she loves a good drama, but mainly to show the beauty of the Santeria tradition, and inspire social change.

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