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- Ethnicity: Eastern European jewish
- Age Range: 40 - 60
- Eyes: green
- Hair: brown
- Height: 5' 5"
Lauren Goldman Marshall has an MFA in Music Theatre writing from NYU, and BA and JD from Stanford. Her hit Seattle revue Waiter, There's a Slug in My Latte had over 200 performances. Her contemporary adaptation of The Misanthrope, set in the indie rock scene, premiered at Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland, OR, where it won the Portland Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Production and has since been produced in numerous venues, including NYU -Tisch. Lauren's children's musicals have been published by Samuel French. Lauren was one of six artists selected into the 2013-15 inaugeral Fifth Avenue Theatre’s Seattle Writer’s Group. Her and Ian WIlliam's new music theater work-in-progress Fixing Eisntein, had workshops at th 5th in January 2014 and July 2015. Her play adaptation of the Chinese classic tale of the Monkey King was produced by Seattle Public Theater youth in summer 2015. SHe is currently working on a revision of Abraham's Land, a musical drama about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with co-bookwriter Hanna Eady and composer Roger Ames.
Lauren also founded and teaches a program called Theater of Possiblility for youth with Asperger's and other disabilities. From 1994-95 and 1997-2001, she served as co-artistic director and producing artistic director of Seattle Public Theater, before stepping down to start a family. During her tenure, she oversaw the theater's move to and first season in the Greenlake Bathhouse. She lives in Seatle with her husband Mike and daughters Hannah and Abigail.
Professions/skills: Writer;Screenwriter;Playwright;Literary Manager;Educator;Dramaturg;Director;Artistic Director;Acting Instructor librettist/lyricist, drama teacher for youth with disabilities, past artistic director/producing director