Marcus Gorman

Marcus Gorman (he/him) is a Seattle-based writer, film programmer, and member of the Dramatists Guild of America. His original plays include Deers (2018 People’s Choice Gregory Awards for Outstanding Ensemble and Outstanding New Play), Natural, Peggy: The Plumber Who Saved the Galaxy (co-written with Jacob Farley), Space Race 5000, How to Leave, and the upcoming Welcome to Betty’s Diner.

 

In the world of devised theatre, he has worked as an actor and writer with interarts gang The Libertinis (Gone Wild!, Atomic Falls USA, The Fantastic Misadventures of Twisty Shakes) and physical theatre troupe DangerSwitch! (Mad Scientist Cabaret, Big Bad). His one-acts have been produced by the 14/48 Projects, Askew Theatre Company, the Talking It Out Festival, Play On Words, the Funhouse Family, As If Theatre Company, Unnatural Redhead Productions, the Seattle Play Series, and the Del Rey Players.

He currently covers film and theatre for The Ticket at The Seattle Times, has been published in Howlround, The Dramatist, and New American Theatre Magazine, and his voice and writing can be found on such podcasts as Film at Fifty, the SIFFcast, Eggs & Space, and The Ugly Radio. marcusgorman.com

Personal features
  • Job Title: Playwright
  • Weight: n/a
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Hair: Brown
  • Eyes: Blue/Green
  • Vocal Range: n/a
  • Gender Identity: Male
  • Pronouns: He/Him
  • Industry: Theatre
  • Main Profession: Playwright
  • Age Range: 35 - 45
  • Race or Ethnicity: White
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