New Theatre
8567 Coral Way #355
Miami, FL 33155

Performing at
South Miami-Dade
Cultural Arts Center
10950 SW 211 Street
Cutler Bay, FL 33189

(786) 573-5300

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Alfred Allan Lewis

Alfred Allan Lewis began his theatrical career as an actor fresh out of college appearing with Mae West in Diamond Lil. Soon after, he wrote the NBC Peabody Award winning show, A Tribute to Eugene O'Neill. O'Neill's widow later asked him to write a staged biography of her husband, Gene, which was done as a companion piece to the posthumous premiere of his one-act play, Huey, at Bath Arts Festival and in London's West End. His play, Diplomatic Relations, was performed all over the United States and filmed for television. A Miami production starred Claudette Colbert and Brian Aherne. He has written many television scripts for CBS Playhouse, The Doctors, and Edge of Night as well as the cult Gothic serial Dark Shadows. He has collaborated on books with Sylvia Sidney and Gloria Vanderbilt. He has written eighteen books including several Book of the Month Club and Woman Today book club selections. Among his works are: Miss Elizabeth Arden, Man of the World, Three out of Four Wives, The Evidence Never Lies, and Ladies and Not-So-Gentlewomen, from which he adapted his play.

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