Ellen Lewis is an adjunct lecturer at the Borough of Manhattan Community College. Ellen is the author of numerous plays, including the following:  

URBAN CANDLES, produced by Montauk Theater Productions, which has received public readings by such theater company's as Playwright's Horizons, and Woody King's, New Federal Theater, as well as Circle Repertory Company.     

INVASION OF THE COLORED PEOPLE, a play about Ellen's father, Woodfin Lewis, the first African American Nuclear Physicists, received a Sloan Foundation Grant for plays promoting science and technology and is underdevelopment at the History Theater, in St. Paul, Minnesota, where Woodfin Lewis first worked for the Honeywell Corporation in the 50's.  

EASTVILLE, a play about Harriet Tubman, which was first produced by the Connecticut Repertory Company, and subsequently produced by The Writers Theater of Chicago.   

THE SUN AND THE MOON LIVE IN THE SKY, musicals for the Eugene O'Neill Musical Theater Conference “Golden Gates,” a play about the Golden Gate Quartet, and several scripts for ABC daytime television.  

Ellen is a member of the Writers Guild and the Dramatist Guild.