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

For Jamestown's Richard Martin, Directing Into the Woods is a Wish Come True
March 20, 2019 No Commentby

For Jamestown’s Richard Martin, Directing Into the Woods is a Wish Come True

Now in his second season as artistic director of Jamestown Community Theatre (JCT), Richard Martin is not shy about his ...

The Cast of The Married Name Talk Guilty Pleasures, Secret Talents and Acting in Counter-Productions’ World Premiere Comedy
March 7, 2019 No Commentby

The Cast of The Married Name Talk Guilty Pleasures, Secret Talents and Acting in Counter-Productions’ World Premiere Comedy

Counter-Productions Theatre Company will be presenting the world premiere of Kevin Broccoli’s newest play, The Married Name, running March 15-24 ...

Love Under the Northern Lights: Entertaining Almost, Maine is almost realism, most decidedly magical
February 26, 2019 No Commentby

Love Under the Northern Lights: Entertaining Almost, Maine is almost realism, most decidedly magical

Almost, Maine, by playwright/actor John Cariani, holds the distinction of being one of the most popular plays of this decade ...

Rachel Hanauer Dials Up the Opera with Who's Calling? for Two Nights Only
February 20, 2019 No Commentby

Rachel Hanauer Dials Up the Opera with Who’s Calling? for Two Nights Only

The popularity — and profitability — of programming an evening of one-act plays is quite undeniable for most smaller theaters. ...

Director Tony Annicone Reflects on His Life in Local Theater
January 31, 2019 No Commentby

Director Tony Annicone Reflects on His Life in Local Theater

Whether you are a theater-lover or a theater-maker, odds are ridiculously high that you have been witness to — or ...

Watch Larry Houbre Jr. Pull a Rabbit Out of His Hat in Harvey at YTI
January 14, 2019 No Commentby

Watch Larry Houbre Jr. Pull a Rabbit Out of His Hat in Harvey at YTI

  New Bedford’s Your Theatre Inc. (YTI) has a pleasant January planned with their upcoming production of the 1945 Pulitzer ...

Epic's Mighty, Mighty House of Bernarda Alba Puts a Female Face to Fascism
January 9, 2019 No Commentby

Epic’s Mighty, Mighty House of Bernarda Alba Puts a Female Face to Fascism

Epic Theatre Company is kicking off 2019 with Emily Mann’s adaptation of Federico García Lorca’s acclaimed drama The House of ...

Kevin Broccoli talks tackling bucket list role of Hedwig
December 19, 2018 No Commentby

Kevin Broccoli talks tackling bucket list role of Hedwig

Let this be a lesson to all those aspiring performers and producers out there. Sometimes you just need to get ...

Sci-Fi Poetry? Meta-physical musical? Director Brien Lang on The Wilbury Theatre Group’s genre-defying Futurity
December 5, 2018 No Commentby

Sci-Fi Poetry? Meta-physical musical? Director Brien Lang on The Wilbury Theatre Group’s genre-defying Futurity

“We wrote a Civil War sci-fi musical,” states frontman César Alvarez and his New York-based indie rock band The Lisps. ...

A Tale of Two Surprise Endings: ‘Night Mother and its producer, Counter-Productions Theatre Company
November 15, 2018 No Commentby

A Tale of Two Surprise Endings: ‘Night Mother and its producer, Counter-Productions Theatre Company

  For anyone familiar with the technological side of our modern world, receiving an “end of life” announcement for a ...