Ellen Lewis is a resident artist at Moving Arts and a member of the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights (ALAP). Her play The Last Four Things My Father Held Against Me was featured in ALAP's Sixth Annual Playreading Festival and will be produced in Fire Rose Productions 10-Minute Play Festival in November. Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday was a finalist in the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival One-Act Play Contest in 2003, included in Moving Arts' 2004 Staged Reading Series, and read at STAGEStheatre. Moving Arts has done readings of a number of her plays: Seismology, Reading to Vegetables, Vetting Henry, Infinite Black Suitcase, and Between Dog and Wolf. Before coming to Los Angeles, Unrelenting Dreams, a long one-act which Ellen co-wrote, was produced at Western Oregon State College.
Ellen worked as Ellen worked as dramaturg on The Credeaux Canvas for Vs. Theatre Company in 2004 and has assistant directed several one-act plays for Moving Arts' Annual One-Act Play Festivals.
Her screenplay Blood Memory was a quarterfinalist in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Nicholls Fellowship in Screenwriting Competition this year.
Ellen's poetry has been published in the Free Venice Beachhead newspaper, the Jason and Courier-4.
Ellen earned her master's degree in Professional Writing from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Willamette University. She's from Oregon.
You can find out more about Ellen by visiting her personal web page. checking out her listing on the WomenArts Network.
Ellen earned her master's degree in Professional Writing from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Willamette University.
You can find out more about Ellen by visiting her personal web page.