Performing Arts
Ellen G.  Maloney Ruhe

Ellen G. Maloney Ruhe

Department Program Assistant

Ellen has graced the stage as an actor, singer, and dancer since she was a wee girl being in the chorus of too many musicals to mention. Later on she earned B. A. from UC Berkeley in Dramatic Arts with an emphasis in Stage Management, and an M.F.A. from Columbia U. in Theatrical Management and Producing.  She worked in marketing and development for many theater companies on both coasts including Ensemble Studio Theater, Manhattan Theatre Club, Robert V. Straus Productions.  She's also been a member of the Front of House team at Berkeley Repertory Theater.  

Ellen was asked to return to the stage in 2006 in two productions at USF; John Fisher's revival of The AIDS Play  and in The College Player's annual production of The Vagina Monologues.  


When not on campus Ellen is a devoted fan of all things comedy and has been a storyteller at The Shout in the east bay.