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Ella Embry

Ella is an Atlanta-based, Mississippi actor and playwright. Two of her plays have been published and she also writes articles for PerformerStuff.com and 360Quote. She has been passionate about storytelling since she can remember and likes to bring an elegant and empathetic flair to all of her work. 

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BWW Review: MT Shorts' HIGH SCHOOL ZOOMSICAL Provides a Fun Night of Wholesome Entert PhotoBWW Review: MT Shorts' HIGH SCHOOL ZOOMSICAL Provides a Fun Night of Wholesome Entertainment
Posted: Nov. 24, 2020


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BWW Review: 20/20 Vision Does A Double Take During TWELFTH NIGHT at The Shakespeare T PhotoBWW Review: 20/20 Vision Does A Double Take During TWELFTH NIGHT at The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse
Posted: Jan. 11, 2020


BWW Review: FUN HOME is Viscerally Compelling at Actor's Express PhotoBWW Review: FUN HOME is Viscerally Compelling at Actor's Express
Posted: Jan. 24, 2020


14 'Dinner And A Show' Date Ideas For Valentine's Day In Atlanta Photo14 'Dinner And A Show' Date Ideas For Valentine's Day In Atlanta
Posted: Feb. 3, 2020


BWW Review: INDECENT Inspires Empathy & Connection at Theatrical Outfit PhotoBWW Review: INDECENT Inspires Empathy & Connection at Theatrical Outfit
Posted: Mar. 16, 2020


Acting & Script Review Opportunities via Your New Favorite Podcast - Six Page Scripts PhotoActing & Script Review Opportunities via Your New Favorite Podcast - Six Page Scripts
Posted: Sep. 23, 2020


A Light in the Dark - The Atlanta Artist Relief Fund Brings Hope to Out of Work Artis PhotoA Light in the Dark - The Atlanta Artist Relief Fund Brings Hope to Out of Work Artists
Posted: May. 3, 2020


BWW Review: MT Shorts' HIGH SCHOOL ZOOMSICAL Provides a Fun Night of Wholesome Entert PhotoBWW Review: MT Shorts' HIGH SCHOOL ZOOMSICAL Provides a Fun Night of Wholesome Entertainment
Posted: Nov. 24, 2020


BWW Review: MT Shorts' HIGH SCHOOL ZOOMSICAL Provides a Fun Night of Wholesome Entertainment
November 24, 2020

With wholesome jokes, clever Zoom cinematography, and even more clever Zoom choreography, I escaped into a wonderful world of fun songs and kind characters for the night.

Acting & Script Review Opportunities via Your New Favorite Podcast - Six Page Scripts
September 23, 2020

Six Page Scripts is a podcast caught in the crosshairs of entertainment + craft that is about screenwriting, the film industry, and the general buffoonery of the four hosts. Mitch, Jason, Kelley, and Laura welcome you into their creative banter, clever segments, and their writera??s room critique each hour as they review a listener-submitted script.

BWW Review: SOME MIRTH AND A LITTLE MATTER at Pumphouse Players Zooms Through Fun Jokes, Quirky Characters, and A Little Technical Trouble
August 16, 2020

The resilience of the Theatre is an incredible thing. While hundreds of thousands of ghost lights haunt us across the world, we still find ways to create art and do what we love. The Pumphouse Player's production of Laura King's Some Mirth and a Little Matter is an excellent example of this resilience and commitment to the art.

A Light in the Dark - The Atlanta Artist Relief Fund Brings Hope to Out of Work Artists
May 3, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed life as we know it, and artists have been especially hard hit. Many of us have lost jobs, gigs, future shows, and are staring down the barrel of months of unemployment. But, there is hope - and help - to be found in the Atlanta Artist Relief Fund!

BWW Review: INDECENT Inspires Empathy & Connection at Theatrical Outfit
March 16, 2020

INDECENT by Paula Vogel is equal parts demanding and rewarding for both performers and audience members alike. Theatrical Outlet's cast steps up to that demanding challenge without reservation and leans into the emotionally complicated story with palpable respect and admiration.

14 'Dinner And A Show' Date Ideas For Valentine's Day In Atlanta
February 3, 2020

Need help figuring out what to do with your boo this Valentine's Day in Atlanta? Here are 14 'Dinner and a Show' date ideas to help make your date night memorable and full of good theatre!

BWW Review: FUN HOME is Viscerally Compelling at Actor's Express
January 24, 2020

Actor's Express has created a fundamentally visceral production of the Tony-Award winning musical that's impossible to look away from and a thrill from start to finish.

BWW Review: 20/20 Vision Does A Double Take During TWELFTH NIGHT at The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse
January 11, 2020

The Shakespeare Tavern is greeting 2020 with the perfect play for a new decade of doubled-up dates: Twelfth Night. With an unforgettable sword fight, an unwittingly hilarious antagonist, and undeniably magical music, this doubly troublesome show is a delight.

BWW Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL Keeps on Singing at The Alliance Theatre
November 25, 2019

This year's performance of A Christmas Carol at the Alliance Theatre is being performed on their new Coca-Cola stage for the very first time. Full of non-stop carols that may make the final curtain a bit later than most family shows, it's just the right way to get into the Christmas spirit.

BWW Review: KING LEAR is Tragically Comical at The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse
November 11, 2019

The Atlanta Shakespeare Company met the time change and colder weather with their production of KING LEAR, one of Shakespeare's most notable tragedies. Solid performances and wonderful tech elements danced across the stage in a confusingly comical way for one of Shakespeare's most notable tragedies.