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STEVE MARSH

LECTURER AND DIRECTOR OF GRADUATE STUDIES

BFA Acting, New York University
MFA Dramaturgy, Stony Brook University

Steve Marsh is an actor, writer, literary manager and teacher. He is a longtime faculty member of SBU’s department of Theatre Arts where he served as Director of Graduate Studies in Dramaturgy and Theatre. He is also an associate in the School of Journalism’s Center for Communicating Science (CCS) teaching improvisation to scientists in an innovative program spearheaded by Alan Alda. Steve has taught workshops and presented for the CCS at Brookhaven National Lab, Cold Spring Harbor Labs, the Stony Brook Summer and Fall institutes, Pop Tech, the National Institute of Health, the World Science Festival, the Council of Graduate Schools in Washington DC. His improvisation workshops were also well received at the California Nano Systems Institute at UCLA, Stanford University, Fordham and CUNY. He is a founding member of Asylum Theatre Company on Long Island and was literary manager for the John Gassner New Play Competition, a national playwriting contest for nine years. He has directed several events at the Simon’s Center for Physics and Geometry, including a staged reading of Brecht’s Galileo and a production of QED by Peter Parnell, in which he played the role of physicist Richard Feynman. Embracing his budding fascination with science and art, Steve helped bring the SBU Science Playwriting Competition (with Yang Institute Physicist, Christopher Herzog) to Stony Brook, which culminated in the public reading of four new science plays written by SBU faculty and students. Steve is a devout Ibsen-ite who recently acted in Ibsen’s Ghosts (Engstrand) directed by Michael Zelenak, and is working on a screen adaptation of Peer Gynt. He produced a new play, Robeson by Nicholas Rzhevsky, about the famed actor, singer and civil rights activist, Paul Robeson, in May 2012. Steve is a true believer that the tools of learning that we develop in the theatre arts are crucial for the continued development of all humanity.

Contact: steve.marsh@stonybrook.edu 631-632-4291

Announcements:

 

210 Amlent Avenue
Karl Hinze
& Becky Goldberg

New Musical co-created by
SBU Musical Comp. alumnus
& SBU Theatre MFA alumna
to receive its first production:
New York
Musical Theatre Festival
July 9th @ 8pm
Visit the show's fb page
and
Buy Tickets
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Margarita Espada

honored to receive the 
Human Rights
Community Award

for the work of her company,
Teatro Experimental Yerbabruja,
as a tool for social change
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Steve Marsh

chosen to serve on the
Drama Desk Awards
nominating committee
2015 Drama Desk Awards

Nominations: April 23
Ceremony: May 31
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Izumi Ashizawa

Honored:
DCMetroTheaterArts’
Best of 2014
"Best Directors of a Play
in Professional Theatres"
See images of
Izumi's show Kwaiden
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Mallory Catlett

named as recipient of the
Foundation for
Contemporary Arts

2015 Grants to Artists
"Performance Art/Theatre"

Department of Theatre Arts • Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-5450
Undergraduate Office: 631-632-7300 • Graduate Office: 631-632-7270 • Fax: 631-632-7261