Lauren Goldman Marshall
playwright, director, teaching artist

Theater of
Here is an archive of photos and news on other projects previously featured on this website: 

Gilbert & Sullivan 2018 summer youth camp performance of Pirates of Penzance
In Summer 2018, Lauren directed a musical theater camp of Pirates of Penzance, for youth entering grades 5–10, at the Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society, 9250 14th Avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98117. Music direction was by Morgan Duterte, and choreography was by Meagan Moffat.

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Gilbert & Sullivan 2017 summer youth camp performance of HMS Pinafore
In summer, 2017, Lauren directed a musical theater camp of HMS Pinafore, for youth entering grades 5-10, at the Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society, 9250 14th Avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98117.

Fixing Einstein
Lauren's new musical-in-progress, Fixing Einstein, with book and lyrics by Lauren and music by Ian Williams, was presented in a workshop reading by the 5th Avenue Theater on July 25, 2015 as part of its Next Fest-2015. A one-act version of the piece was previously presented January 31, 2014. Lauren was one of six artists selected into the inaugural 2013–15 Fifth Avenue Theatre's Seattle Writer's Group for the development of new musicals.

Other recent presentations and publications:

Lauren's new adaptation of the Chinese classic The Monkey King was performed by youth, grades 5–8, at Seattle Public Theater, August 7–9, 2015, directed by Kelly Kitchens.

Lauren assistant directed Oklahoma! for the Woodland Park Players 2016 inaugural production.

Lauren's essay A Family Flower Garden, was published in Asian Jewish Life, October 2014, and her commentary on The Mikado, was published in Crosscut, August 26, 2014.

Lauren presented two original short pieces at Seattle Public Theater's Knotty Words: An Evening of Inappropriate Poetry and Prose, on March 21, 2014. Emily Purrington joined with Lauren to read When Will I Need a Bra?," conceived by and co-written with Lauren's daughter Hannah Marschell.

Morning Sun, by Lauren Marshall (lyricist) and Michael Wartofksy (composer), from their one-act chamber opera Falling Leaves, was presented as part of July LezCab: New Works, July 21, 2013, at the Duplex Cabaret and Piano Bar in New York City.

Lauren's one-act play Finding Pluie, about the adventures of a lost water drop, had another production in May, 2015 by the kindergarten and first grades classes at Spruce Street School. This play has become a regular fixture at Spruce Street School, where it was previously produced in 2007, 2010 and 2013. Designed to entertain and teach kids about the water cycle, the play features original music by Chris Ballew, of Caspar Babypants, and the band Presidents of the United States of America.

Lauren's contemporary adaptation of Molière's The Misanthrope was produced by the Arizona State University School of Theatre and Film in Tempe, AZ in November–December 2011.

Theater of Possibility:

Empowering neurodiverse youth through acting and improv

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