From the Archives – A Tribute to David Ford We are working hard to bring you Marsh, past, present and, future as …
A guest post from Charlie Varon – “So what is the unique competence of theater in the Digital Age?”
The Marsh’s most recent Covid-19 response information.
In a world where each day brings a new conflict, there is little we agree on. But OMGS! There is good news because the common ground is much closer than we think.
What’s in a name? In this case, shame and embarrassment … as well as honor, respect, and love!
The Marsh On Tour January 10-14, 2019, APAP | NYC
The world of the stage is different. One of the most powerful things a solo performer can do onstage is to stare. Another is to pause and let your body be still inside the silence.
We live. We learn. We try to take responsibility for our mistakes and move towards increased enlightenment.
While I do believe in the power of confronting ugly history and language through art, the story told by the show is a kind of personal meditation on cultural identity. – David Hirata
Opening Night of ‘Living the Shuffle’ was an absolute blast!