About Us

Founded in 1993 as a small workshop group for playwrights, Write Angle Productions soon began presenting it's work at Denver's historic Changing Scene Theater with the popular Colorado Quickies ten minute play festival.  Later in the '90's Write Angle began a monthly "Readings at the Tivoli" series.  In 2000, Write Angle along with co-producers, Chameleon Stage, moved the Quickies, now in it's sixth year to the LIDA Project's garage space on Cherokee Street, and played to enthusiastic sold out audiences.  In the next several years, the Colorado Quickies continued at many different local theater venues including; The Denver Civic Theater, Morrison Theatre Company, Lakewood Cultural Center, Red Rocks Community College, and the John Hand Theater.  Most recently, Write Angle members presented their plays in "Humbug", a 2008 holiday short play festival,  at Denver's Vintage Theater.  Now, in 2011, revitalized with new playwright members, Write Angle continues it's mission of script development and new play production.  Most theatres are developed by producers, artistic directors, or actors, but not playwrights.  We are working to correct this oversight.  The play is the foundation of the theatre, and so, a theatre developed by playwrights seems most logical.

Our members include the following Denver area playwrights.


Ken Crost









  Ken Crost Before moving to Denver, Ken was involved in Chicago theater as an actor, producer, and director. Ken studied for two years at Second City under Josephine Forsberg, a year with Paul Sills, and other well known acting instructors.  Since moving to Denver, Ken has been concentrating on his writing. He has completed three half-hour teleplays; two feature screenplays, Lotto Olé and No Blues for the Cabman; five one act plays, Jenny, The Party, No Blues for the Cabman, Dying to See You, and La Femme de Paris; and two full-length plays, The Party and Sin. Ken is currently working on a new full length play, The Greenberg Family Moves to Mars. In addition, Ken has contributed thirteen plays to Colorado Quickies, which is an annual production of short plays. His plays have been produced in the United States in New York City, Buffalo, San Francisco, Chicago, Denver, Columbus, OH, and many universities, colleges, and high schools.  In addition, his plays have been produced in Germany, Canada, Australia, Singapore, and Spain.  Ken recently published a collection of his one act plays called Shorts, which is available on Amazon.com.  He is a founding member and president of Write Angle Productions.

Jim Downing




Jim Downing wrote his first play, a one act, in 1980. Since then, he’s had four plays produced and won first prize for Charles and Emma in the Best Playwright Competition sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Theatre Association. Jim has been active in Write Angle Productions for nine years. For fun Jim is a solar eclipse chaser who has traveled the globe in pursuit of eclipses, ten in all.




Connie Ferger



  Connie Ferger holds an MFA in Prose from Naropa University. Her first play, The Mommy Rants, co-written with Christie Winn debuted in 2010 at Boulder's Theater O to sold out crowds. She has had several short screenplays produced and her latest short Carma was featured at the Bare Bones Film Festival. Connie has been published in the Ventura County Reporter, Elephant Magazine, and other periodicals. She served as the editor-in-chief for Bombay Gin, Naropa's literary magazine. She currently runs her own freelance marketing business and feels very lucky to be a part of Write Angle Productions.

D.J. Jones














D.J. Jones is a member of Dramatists Guild of America and a founding member of Write Angle Productions. A past member of Colorado Dramatists, she served in various positions on the executive board for several years. She has directed local  productions, readings, and showcases, and served for three years as coordinator of Colorado Dramatists’ Showcase of New Plays for the Colorado Performing Arts Festival.

Her plays have been produced in the Denver area, as well as in New York. Her one-act play, “American Holiday,” won awards from Love Creek Productions’ Short Play Festival (New York) and Artistic and Literary Resources New Play Search (Redondo Beach, Calif.). Her very first play, KINGSBLOOD, is a full-length stage adaptation of the Sinclair Lewis novel, Kingsblood Royal. Currently, she is focusing on several full-length plays in various stages of  writing, development, and production. The most recent of these is LONG WAY HOME, the story of Ota Benga (the pygmy in the zoo), which won Honorable Mention in the 2011 New Works of Merit Playwriting Contest (Merit Theater and Film Group, Inc., NYC).

A member of a large multi-ethnic, multi-cultural family, she feels that honesty builds bridges, while political correctness builds walls. In her plays, she aims to reflect the human condition, intersecting with hope and redemption.




K.S. Lewis









k.s. lewis poet, playwright, photographer, lawyer wrote his first play,The Blue Vagabond, as an acting vehicle for himself and an old high school classmate. He wrote a ten-minute play What Color Is The Toaster as a challenge when another playwright discarded the name. Inextricably addicted to writing, lewis writes poetry, prose, plays, essays and a blog,  

Books available written by k.s. lewis include: SUNLIGHT AND SHADOWS; HAPPINESS: A CHARLIE  TRAVEL ADVENTURE STORY ; YELLOW ANGELS DANCING ON A RED TOOTHBRUSH: a Charlie Travel Adventure Story ; Listen for Home in black and white.

His blog is: A Fool or a Visionary.




Mark Ogle





  Mark Ogle has been active in theater locally, as an actor, director, producer, and playwright for most of his life. He has written over 30 plays ranging from 10 minutes to full length, many of which have been produced in Colorado. He is a past president of Colorado Dramatists, a founding member of Write Angle Productions, co-producer of the critically acclaimed Colorado Quickies 10-minute play festivals, and has recently joined the board of a new company, Universal Arts Boulder. His full length holiday play, "The Dividing Tree" is available through Eldridge Plays and Musicals. His one act play, "Five Square" is available through Next Stage Press. In 2010, Mark performed in his own one-act play, "Spiritual Garbage", produced at the Center for Spiritual Living Denver. Mark is a Denver native and a proud father of three children, all now in their 20's.

Christie Winn



Christie Winn is a playwright, a teacher, and a mommy. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from The University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Arts from Northeastern University. She spent ten years as an actress in Chicago and has recently found success in the playwriting world back at home in good ‘ol Denver, Colorado. Christie loves to write short, fun comedies about women, and enjoys exploring how to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary.