Lauren Goldman Marshall
Welcome to the home page of
author, playwright and director Lauren Goldman Marshall.
New Fall 2014:
Fall 2014 Theater of Possibility Programs
Founded in 2010, Theater of Possibility ("TOP") is an inclusion program, serving a wide variety of youth, including those with autism spectrum and other learning differences or disabilities. Click here for more detailed information about TOP.
TOP upcoming programs at a glance:
Fall 2014 - Teen/Young Adult Class:
Fall 2014 - Kid/Tween Class:
Contact Lauren Marshall for more information or to register.
Also, this fall Lauren and Christina Campos will be offering a Theater of Possibility program to youth living in Sand Point Housing. This is a joint project of Solid Ground and Seattle Music Theater.
Also check out these blogs by Susan Moffitt, TOP parent:
Theater of Possibility News:
This summer, Lauren taught Theater of Possibility programs to kids and tweens through the following organizations:
- Youth Theatre Northwest on Mercer Island
- Solid Ground and Seattle Musical Theatre
She was also a guest instructor for the Hero's Journey video production camp through Redmond Parks & Rec.
Lauren taught a three day master class in Theater of Possibility for teachers, therapists, counselors, parents, caregivers, students and adults with autism spectrum disorder, at California State University- Northridge in October 2013.
Lauren and veteran youth participants of Theater of Possibility gave a well-received demonstration performance at an American Alliance for Theater in Education event at Seattle Pacific University on March 29, 2014.
Thank you to the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, Youth Arts Awards, 2012-13 and 2013-14, and Arc of Snohomish County for their support of TOP.
Playwriting News & Recent productions:
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, was performed in the spring of 2013 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 and 2010. 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.
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 at Spruce Street School in Twelfth Night , June 2012
and in A Midsummer Night's Dream, June 2011.
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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