Lezlie Revelle is a playwright, author and singer-songwriter from the Midwest. Since she was old enough to walk and sing, she has performed in a myriad of aspects: choirs, variety shows, theatre productions, coffee houses, fairs, and festivals. She has taught college writing, led a variety of creative writing workshops for children and adults, and devotes time to composing music and writing sacred drama for her synagogue.

Lezlie has been writing plays for over a decade and works as writer-in-residence for two Kansas high schools. Lezlie has been featured locally at the Kansas City Women’s Playwriting Festival, The Barn Players Annual 6×10 Festival, and the Kansas City Fringe Festival. She has been featured in the Kansas City Star, the Shawnee Magazine, and the Kansas City Jewish Chronicle for her playwriting. Lezlie has also received national attention for her writing. In New York, her full length play Black Ice secured a spot at the Midtown International Theatre Festival, and she has received “best of” awards in three short play festivals.

Lezlie just wrapped her fourth album with local recording label Enneagram Records. She blends her songwriting talents with a roots rock/folk feel, a buoyant personality, and an occasional Celtic flair. In addition to songwriting and playwriting, Lezlie writes novels and is excited to start sharing her long form stories.