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Neil K. Newell

Instructor, Creative Writing

Brigham Young University

HQ Phone:  (801) 422-9041

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Brigham Young University

945 SWKT Brigham Young University

Provo, Utah,84602

United States

Company Description

BYU’s Department of Communications, a part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications, recently celebrated its 75th year. The program offers a bachelor’s degree in Communications with an emphasis in advertising, public relations, print journalism, broa...more

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Employment History

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Eldridge Plays & Musicals

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NEIL K. NEWELL
Neil K. Newell was born in Orem, Utah and attended Brigham Young University where he received a BS degree in Business Management and the University of Southern California where he received an MFA in Professional Writing. He has taught Creative Writing at Clark County Community College in Las Vegas and at Utah Valley State College. He has also taught Advanced Playwrighting at Brigham Young University. Various articles and short stories of his have been published in national magazines. His science fiction novel, "THE RELUCTANT WIZARD," was published by Manor Books. He has also written the book, music and lyrics for the Encore musical "LOVERS AND OTHERS. He has collaborated with Max C. Golightly on two other Encore musicals, "TURN THE GAS BACK ON" and "PINOCCHIO. Since Max's death Neil and C. Michael Perry have collaborated on "ANNE...WITH AN 'E': THE GREEN GABLES MUSICAL. Neil works for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a researcher/writer. He is married to Ariane Moffit, also of Orem, and has five children. Plays by NEIL K. NEWELL


Biographies: Latter-day Saint and/or Utah Film Personalities: N

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Neil Newell
Latter-day Saint. Lives in Orem, Utah. Also known as: Neil K. Newell. Screenwriter for "A Voice from the Dust," a series of feature films based on the Book of Mormon. Bio from the project website (http://www.voicefromthedust.com/): Newell has written more than a score of plays and screenplays, published a novel, and his byline has appeared on more than 40 articles in national publications. Over the last two decades he has taught writing at college and university levels. He currently teaches writing at Brigham Young University and is a professional writer for the LDS Church. He received a MFA degree in professional writing from the University of Southern California. Bio from Encore (http://www.encoreplay.com/encoreplay/Author%20bio%20pages/newellbio.html): Neil Newell was born in Orem, Utah and attended Brigham Young University where he received a BS degree in Business Management and the University of Southern California where he received an MFA in Professional Writing. He has taught Creative Writing at Clark County Community College in Las Vegas and at Utah Valley State College. He has also taught Advanced Playwrighting at Brigham Young University. Various articles and short stories of his have been published in national magazines. His science fiction novel, "THE RELUCTANT WIZARD" was published by Manor Books. In addition to his collaboration on the music and lyrics for "KEWPIE" and "TURN THE GAS BACK ON" with Max C. Golightly and C. Michael Perry he has written the music and some book and lyric elements for "PINOCCHIO" with Max. These plays have been published by Encore Performance Publishing. He has also written the book, music and lyrics for "LOVERS AND OTHERS" and "COVENANTS". Since Max's death Neil and Mike have continued their partnership with "ANNE...WITH AN 'E': THE GREEN GABLES MUSICAL" and "GREAT EXPECTATIONS. He played "Neil," a member of a group of terrorists who attempted to steal trilithium resin from the Enterprise-D. Neil was the engineer of the group and had devised a means to transport the dangerously unstable and toxic trilithium through the ship. He was killed by one of his fellow terrorists. Other TV guest appearances include: Empty Nest; Murder, She Wrote; Magnum, P.I.; Golden Girls; Highway to Heaven. Minor roles in the Feature Films For Families videos "A Home of Our Own" (1993) and "Rigoletto" (1993), and in the TV movies "Virtual Obsession" (1998), "Not In This Town" (1997) and "Cries Unheard: The Donna Yaklich Story" (1994).


The playwrights, composers, lyricists of gnp music company

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Neil Newell -- was born in Orem, Utah and attended Brigham Young University where he received a BS degree in Business Management and the University of Southern California where he received an MFA in Professional Writing.He has taught Creative Writing at Clark County Community College in Las Vegas and at Utah Valley State College.He has also taught Advanced Playwrighting at Brigham Young University.Various articles and short stories of his have been published in national magazines.His science fiction novel, "THE RELUCTANT WIZARD" was published by Manor Books.He has over 30 other publication credits.In addition to his collaboration on the music and lyrics for "KEWPIE" and "TURN THE GAS BACK ON" with Max C. Golightly and C. Michael Perry he has written the music and some book and lyric elements for "PINOCCHIO" with Max.These plays have been published by Encore Performance Publishing.He has also written the book, music and lyrics for "LOVERS AND OTHERS" and "COVENANTS".Since Max's death Neil and Mike have continued their partnership with "ANNE...WITH AN 'E': THE GREEN GABLES MUSICAL" and "GREAT EXPECTATIONS."


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Neil Newell -- was born in Orem, Utah and attended Brigham Young University where he received a BS degree in Business Management and the University of Southern California where he received an MFA in Professional Writing.He has taught Creative Writing at Clark County Community College in Las Vegas and at Utah Valley State College.He has also taught Advanced Playwrighting at Brigham Young University.Various articles and short stories of his have been published in national magazines.His science fiction novel, "THE RELUCTANT WIZARD" was published by Manor Books.In addition to his collaboration on the music and lyrics for "KEWPIE" and "TURN THE GAS BACK ON" with Max C. Golightly and C. Michael Perry he has written the music and some book and lyric elements for "PINOCCHIO" with Max.These plays have been published by Encore Performance Publishing.He has also written the book, music and lyrics for "LOVERS AND OTHERS" and "COVENANTS".Since Max's death Neil and Mike have continued their partnership with "ANNE...WITH AN 'E': THE GREEN GABLES MUSICAL" and "GREAT EXPECTATIONS."


Production Team

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Neil NewellWriterNewell has written more than a score of plays and screenplays, published a novel, andhis byline has appeared on more than 50 articles in national publications.Over the last twodecades he has taught writing at college and university levels.He currently is a professional writer for the LDS Church and teaches creative writing at Brigham Young University. He studied screenwriting at the University of Southern California where he received an


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