Lew Holton

Lew Holton. Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, Lew lived for a number of years in Brooklyn, but recently moved to the seaside community of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, where he continues to write and to teach part-time at Coastal Carolina University. His plays -- including Hand Jive, The Rapid Decline of Billy Ray Bouton, Gauguin Painting Paradise, Tomato Sandwich Simple, The Early Miracle, Reese and Babe, and Beer and Hypotheticals, among others -- have appeared on stages in New York and throughout the wider theatre world. His plays have been published by Palmetto Play Service, Dramatics magazine, Southern Theatre magazine, and Playscripts, Inc. His play, Portal, won the SETC 2004 Charles M. Getchell New Play Award. Mr. Holton is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America, Inc.

Plays by Lew Holton