Lowell Williams (actor/writer) is author of several stage plays and screenplays including “Six Nights in the Black Belt” upon which is screenplay “Non-Violence” is based. “Talking to Starlight” is a two hander about an Astrophysicist who lands a dream job in South America but has to decide if she will leave her boyfriend behind. “Just In Case It’s the Devil” is about a teenage girl’s attempt to export her boyfriend for money, also a film “Carrying On” (available Vimeo). Awards include the Gregory Millard memorial for A Mid-Summers Day Day-dream from TADA Youth Theater in NYC and the Ovation Award for Six Nights… in Youngstown, Ohio. Lowell is the owner of American Theatrical which runs a national tour of A Christmas Carol annually, in conjunction with CMI Entertainment. He is currently developing a musical about the WW1 “Christmas Truce” called Silent Night with composer Matt LeBarge, which will begin touring in 2021. Lowell has an MFA from Goddard College and is a member of the Dramatist’s Guild.