Three LineStormers are working with Artists Repertory Theatre on ART: Mercury Company, a group of 50 artists and staff members creating pieces to be released during the summer and fall.
Read more in this
American Theatre article about what Dan Kitrosser, E. M. Lewis, and Josie Seid are busy making and sharing.
“Magellanica” by E.M. Lewis, at Artists Repertory Theatre in 2018.
Dan Kitrosser and E. M. Lewis contributed to this group piece by nine playwrights and screenwriters. Have a listen!
Brian James Polak strayed from his usual playwright interviews and instead invited E. M. Lewis to keep an audio diary. Listen to the episode
HOW THE LIGHT GETS IN by E. M. Lewis won the
2020 Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award!
her speech here (nine-minute mark).
Lewis’s play HOW THE LIGHT GETS IN is receiving its world premiere at
Boston Court Pasadena, September 19-October 27, 2019.
Read more in the
Mail Tribune about THE GUN SHOW, currently at the Ashland New Plays Festival.
LineStorm’s Bimonthly Reading Series presents a new work by E. M. Lewis about a young man forced to decide between juvenile detention and community service. Between difficult conversations and battles over books, Zan and Dorothy build an unbreakable bond.
DOROTHY’S DICTIONARY by E. M. Lewis
Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 7:30 p.m., free
Lakewood Center for the Arts
Reserve your spot here.
Generously supported by Ronni Lacroute
Funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council
Order your own copy of E. M. Lewis’s popular and thought-provoking play from
Sam French, and check out other published works by her.
“From a farming community in rural Oregon to the big cities of Los Angeles and New York, playwright E. M. Lewis takes aim at her own relationship with firearms in
The Gun Show.”
Find out in a new opera,
SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF THE FALLEN GIANT, by E. M. Lewis (libretto) and Evan Meier (music). American Lyric Theater will present a workshop in New York City on March 25.