Playwright E.h. Bennett is also a tenured librarian at Fullerton College. Her short documentary Mendez v. Westminster: Families for Equality (about the 1945-1947 Orange County, CA desegregation case) was acquired by KOCE-TV (OC’s PBS affiliate) in October 2010. The film is centered around her play for students El Primer Dia de Clases that was performed by the Fullerton College Mendez Project for the community and Orange County high school students in 2008-2009.



  • OC-Centric produced Bender, Bennett’s full-length play with music (Aug. 2014).
  •  A Waffle Doesn’t Cure Insomnia was produced by Truman State University (Dec. 2014).

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Bennett received her B.A. in Theater from California State University, Fullerton and studied acting with Jose Quintero and Stella Adler. She is featured in Benicio Del Toro’s short film Submission, and she worked for nearly ten years in dramatic television production on such shows as The Young Riders, Gabriel’s Fire, Under Suspicion and The Big Easy. Bennett has a Master of Library & Information Science degree from UCLA and is a member of the Dramatists Guild in addition to OCPA. She is a “Persons of Interest” blogger for the Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative.

Contact me @ ehbennett-at-gmail-com.