FELIX RACELIS


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Felix is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter residing in Los Angeles.  Ten of his one-act plays have been produced in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco.  These includePeanut Butter, Woof!, Post-Matinee Tristesse, Mignon, Shhh!, Forever Fog, Uncommon Threads, Eleanor Triumphant, House of Sticks and Home Again. 

Uncommon Threads won First Place in Fire Rose Productions' First Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival and his one-act Forever Fog was a finalist in Theatre Forty's One-Act Play Contest.

JAC Publishing & Promotions has published Forever Fog, along with a separate collection of Racelis's plays entitled A Quintessential Evening: Five Short Plays by Felix Racelis.

Racelis is an M.F.A. graduate of UCLA's Film and TV Department (Producers' Program) and a Nicholl Screenwriting Competition Quarter-Finalist for his script, The Good Life.  Racelis co-wrote and co-produced Giovanni, a short film which was a finalist in the 2005 Hollywood DV Festival.

Felix is a member of the Playwrights Connection and FirstStage, Los Angeles.  He is a former member of East West Players' Literary Committee and an alumnus of East West's David Henry Hwang Writers Institute.

Racelis is currently engaged as the Institutional Giving Manager of the Los Angeles Master Chorale, one of the Resident Companies of the Music Center of Los Angeles County.  He also has an extensive background in public broadcasting promotion (specializing in the performing arts) and experience in documentary production.

Felix and Cat Cohen have been friends and mutually supportive fellow playwrights over the years.


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