Marilyn A. Busch

Marilyn A. Busch

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Over the years Marilyn has worn more theatrical hats than she can count: actress, director, costume designer, playwright, make-up artist, comedienne, publicist, marketing guru, graphic designer and chauffeur, a talent that comes in handy to this day. A true Rhode Island girl, Marilyn saw her first musical at Theater by the Sea, fell in love with acting after having Looking Glass Theater visit to her school, spent her summers with Cumberland Company and received her BA in Theater Performance from RI College. Over the years Marilyn has worked with Trinity Rep, AS220, Perishable Theatre, Community Players, Alias Stage, National Black Theater Festival and has written for Providence Monthly, The NicePaper and more. Follow her on Twitter @madbusch or shoot her an email at marilynbusch@gmail.com.

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Articles by Marilyn A. Busch

Off to Nether Nether Land
March 22, 2017 No Commentby

Off to Nether Nether Land

    This is your last week to catch The Gamm’s new virtual tech thriller The Nether, receiving a taught, ...

Elizabeth Keiser’s Horror Navigates Current Events Using Humor as a Compass
March 15, 2017 No Commentby

Elizabeth Keiser’s Horror Navigates Current Events Using Humor as a Compass

  Risk + vulnerability = comic revelation. Actress and playwright Elizabeth Keiser’s work seems to thrive on this combustible combo ...

Dog in the Night-Ttime Comes to PPAC
February 1, 2017 No Commentby

Dog in the Night-Ttime Comes to PPAC

The eagerly awaited North American tour of the National Theatre production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the ...

Good Things Come to Those Who Bait – Fishing for Meaning at 2nd Story's Seascape
January 30, 2017 No Commentby

Good Things Come to Those Who Bait – Fishing for Meaning at 2nd Story’s Seascape

  At first glance, the plot of Edward Albee’s play Seascape sounds absolutely ridiculous: “On a deserted beach, a middle-aged ...

Carol's Christmas at Arctic Playhouse Puts the Community Back into Theater
December 8, 2016 No Commentby

Carol’s Christmas at Arctic Playhouse Puts the Community Back into Theater

  I must admit that my jaw dropped when I opened my program and saw there were over 30 people ...

2nd Story Theatre’s Prelude to a Kiss Proves to be a Romance for All Ages
November 23, 2016 No Commentby

2nd Story Theatre’s Prelude to a Kiss Proves to be a Romance for All Ages

  Is there a moratorium on the need for spoiler alerts after the 28-year mark? In the interest of any ...

Born Yesterday Is Born Anew for Trump-Era Audiences
November 15, 2016 No Commentby

Born Yesterday Is Born Anew for Trump-Era Audiences

  A larger-than-life narcissistic loudmouthed businessman with an eye for beautiful women comes to Washington, DC with plans to take ...

Strength in Musical Numbers in Pro-Union
October 19, 2016 No Commentby

Strength in Musical Numbers in Pro-Union “Cradle Will Rock”

  Marc Blitzstein’s Depression-era pro-union musical The Cradle Will Rock has always held an almost mythical “bad boy” spot in ...

2nd Story’s Ladies Man Reaches New Levels of Hilarity
October 3, 2016 No Commentby

2nd Story’s Ladies Man Reaches New Levels of Hilarity

  I have a confession to make, mes amies. I am a sucker for a good bedroom comedy. Yes, a ...

Before We Begin: Zen and the Theater of Mind and Body Maintenance
June 11, 2016 No Commentby

Before We Begin: Zen and the Theater of Mind and Body Maintenance

  For most of us, our daily lives are full to the brim with the stress of our “daily grind.” ...