Playwright & Director

The team that brought you Qaddafi's Cook, playwright Lance Belville and director Lynn Lohr, across America in the summer of 2016 brings you a new play.

Qaddafi’s Cook is beautifully done and a triumph of minimalism and immersive theater. It is equal parts intense, charming, and, like any good meal, satisfying.
— Ashley Steves,
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Lance Belville, playwright

Lance Belville is a playwright, teacher and translator with a Bachelor’s Degree in Cinema from the University of Southern California, the premier Cinema school in the U.S. 

He spent ten years in Rio de Janeiro as a Foreign Correspondent for UPI and then ABC. 

Belville returned to the U.S. where he became an award-winning playwright, with over 100 professional productions of 50 plays.  As a screenwriter he has written four features and two, award-wining documentaries as well as trailers for feature films.


Lynn Lohr, director

Director Lynn Lohr spent 15 years in the professional theater in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

With playwright Lance Belville, she founded the History Theatre, dedicated to doing all new work based on social issues, history and folklore.

As an actor, director and producer, she oversaw its growth to its present 599 seat home as an Equity theatre and received awards from the Twin Cities Drama Critics Circle including for Best New Production.