The theatre snob in me definitely wants to hate a show like Dan Goggin’s NUNSENSE. After all – what is the point of the show? It is purely an entertainment – no solid message, no one song or scene that will change the world or evoke change – so, what’s [...]Read more ›
Articles by: S. Lee Lewis
S. Lee Lewis works at The Milburn Stone Theatre as the Producing Artist Director. Lee attended Towson University where he studied Theatre and Directing with Esiaba Iriobi and Scott Susong. Direction and Design Credits include: RENT, The Sound of Music, The Tragedy of Hamlet, The Little Shop of Horrors, The Wizard of Oz, Side by Side by Sondheim; Nude With Violin, True West, A Christmas Carol, the Musical, The Laramie Project, Oliver!, Amadeus, Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show, Man of La Mancha; Dracula; Jake's Women, Murder at the Vicarage, Betrayal, A Man For All Seasons, Hedda Gabbler, Gypsy, The Wind in the Willows, Annie, & Hangmen Also Die. Lee is also a proud member of SDC, the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and an associate producer for Curtain Call Production, LLC. Lee is a grant writer and theatre consultant, as well as a freelance director and designer. He is also the artistic director and founder of Harbinger Productions which strives to bring new works to fruition and reinvent old works to be more accessible to new audiences.