Doric Wilson

Playwright, Theatre Founder


Founder of the Other Side of Silence Theatre Company (TOSOS) NYC.

Born February 24, 1939 Los Angeles. Died May 7, 2011 New York City.


  • And He Made a Her (Caffe Cino, NYC, 1961)
  • Babel Babel Little Tower (Caffe Cino, NYC, 1961)
  • Now She Dances! (One act version: Caffe Cino, NYC, 1961; full-length version: Flexible Deadlock, Glasgow, Scotland, 2000)
  • Pretty People (Caffe Cino, NYC, 1961)
  • Some People Are (opera libretto for Walter Torgerson, 1966)
  • In Absence (45th Street Playhouse, NYC, 1968)
  • The West Street Gang (TOSOS, Spike Bar, NYC, 1977)
  • A Perfect Relationship (The Glines, NYC, 1978)
  • Turnabout (under pseudonym Howard Aldon) (Richland Players, Washington, 1980)
  • Forever After (The First Gay  American Arts Festival, NYC, 1980)
  • Street Theatre (Theatre Rhinoceros, San Francisco, 1982; Meridian Theater, The Mineshaft, NYC, 1983)