Rolf McEwen


Rolf McEwen earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Puget Sound and a Master of Education degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. He studied art, music, history, and literature in Rome and Vienna. He has written plays including The Honeymoon, Mad Love, Deceits of Samson, Ladies of Learning, Inspector Strangelove, Love Will Find a Way, The War, The Joseph Story, Esther the Queen, The Institute, and Cranking Up America. He wrote adaptations to Moliere plays including The Miser, The Middle Class Gentleman, and The Imaginary Invalid. He wrote a humorous book about struggling with boredom in the workplace entitled Survival Tactics for Office Workers, and a collection of poetry, Amazing World. He wrote a how-to book entitled For Love of Drama describing how to create a successful and financially profitable high school drama program.
He has been directing high school plays for 25 years, and has produced 69 full-length plays for the stage. He teaches high school literature, writing, and drama, and was selected for awards including Who’s Who among College Students and Who’s Who among Teachers.

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