Lauren Goldman Marshall
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author, playwright and director Lauren Goldman Marshall.
Dates have been set for a Theater of Possibility summer day camp through Aspiring Youth at the Seattle Ryther Center. See details below.
Good news! Theater of Possibility (TOP) was awarded a grant from the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs to fund need-based partial scholarships for Seattle middle and high school students needing financial assistance to take TOP this year. The students must live in Seattle to qualify for the grant-based scholarships. (Partial scholarships may be, however, be available for students outside Seattle, as space permits.) Click here for more information about Theater of Possibility and upcoming programs.
TOP upcoming programs at a glance:
Winter-Spring: Grades 6-12 (young adults up to age 22 may participate depending on class-makeup; please inquire.) 4:15-5:45 PM, Tuesdays, Feb 5-May 14 (skipping Feb 19). University Heights Center, Seattle. The last class will go till 8 PM for a friends & family performance. 14 sessions. Cost: $525. Need-based scholarships are available for Seattle residents through a grant from the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs. Those outside Seattle may also be able to receive scholarships, depending on class size and makeup. Contact Lauren Marshall for more information and to register. Note: the start date of this class has been changed to Feb 5. Click here to read what parents have said about the TOP for teens.
Winter: Grades 1-6: 4-5:30 PM , Thursdays, Jan 10-March 28 (skipping Feb 21), Youth Theatre Northwest, Mercer Island. The last class will go till 7:30 PM for a friends & family performance. 11 sessions. Cost: $375. Contact Youth Theatre Northwest for more information and to register.
Spring: Grades 1-6: 4:15-5:30 PM, Thursdays, April 4-June 13 (skipping April 18), University Heights Center, Seattle. The last class will go till 8:00 PM for a friends & family performance. 10 sessions. Cost: $375. Contact Lauren Marshall for more information and to register.
Summer Day Camp, ages 9-14: 9:30-3:30 PM, M-TH, July 8-18. Through Aspiring Youth at the Ryther Center, 2400 NE 95th St., Seattle, 98115. The last class will go till 5:00 PM for a friends and family performance. Cost: $1,000 for 2 weeks. Contact Aspiring Youth for more information and to register.
Check back soon for details on:
Weekend intensive adult workshop for educators, therapists, parents and adults with social skills challenges. Dates & Details TBA.
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.
Her play Abraham's Land, about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, was given a staged reading at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon, in October 2011.
Lauren co-directed 4th and 5th graders in Twelfth Night for
Spruce Street School, June 2012.
My Beautiful Bow: An Adoption Story is available through bookstores and many online vendors, including Amazon.com (see link at right). Click here for a description of this picture book for children.
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