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             Tidings of good health to all who are visiting my site and to people everywhere. This pandemic too shall pass.

                                                             "A high hope for a low heaven:God grant us patience!"                                                                                                                                                                                 William Shakespeare, Love's Labors Lost

             The Covid pandemic has caused a postponement of the Colonial Theatre's production of JULIUS CAESAR which Marion was set to direct this summer.

             For much needed levity during these challenging times, Marion recently launched COOKING WITH PRISSY  https://youtu.be/sBszYPnvVR0  . 

             Virtual summer Cabaret dates to be announced in June. 

             Last December, Marion sang in the 50th anniversary production of Christmas Wrappings, Al Carmine's  oratorio, at the Judson Memorial Church in New York City's Greenwich Village.   Her comedic addition to Christmas spirit(s) for the holiday season can be seen here:     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hvpYGrT8Dk&feature=youtu.be  

             Last summer, Marion appeared as Quince with her vintage accordion in hand in a musical version of A Midsummer Night's Dream  for the Colonial Theatre   https://colonialtheaterart.org/.

             During the winter of '19, Marion was onstage at  Pioneer Theatre as Mme. Dindon in La Cage Au Folles which was received by cheering audiences in Salt Lake City. 

             Marion looks forward to her tenth year as Resident Cabaret Performer at the Five-Star Ocean House in Watch Hill, Rhode Island.  

             Last Fall, Marion went west to Salt Lake City Acting Company to appear as Marcie in the dark comedy, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Gynecologic Oncology Unit At Sloan Kettering Memorial Cancer Center Of New York City. 

             Last April, she starred as Andrea in Growing Pains,  seen at the San Jose International Film Festival. Watch her Growing Pains sizzle reel: https://vimeo.com/297515948

             In February 2018, Marion appeared as Mrs. Medlock in The Secret Garden at TheatreZone in Naples, Florida.

             In New York, Marion has appeared Off Broadway, on Television, in film and commercials. Recently, Marion co-starred with Tim Daly in Spring Flung at the Public Theatre and also was seen at the NY Theatre Workshop in The Events. In the Spring of 2013, she opened her one-woman musical, Tin Pan Alley Time Tour at New York's Metropolitan Room. In 2014, Marion returned to perform Accentualte the Positive.

             Marion has appeared at The Terrace Theatre for Goodspeed Musicals, Ivoryton Playhouse, Gateway Playhouse, Heritage Playhouse, American Musical Theater, Ocean State Theatre, TheatreZone, Salt Lake Acting Company, Actors Theatre of Newburyport and The Fulton Theatre among other theatres in the eastern United States, as well as on tour in Europe and Africa. Marion is a member of Actors Equity and SAG/AFTRA. She holds a B.A. in theatre from Bennington College, and she trained at the National Theatre Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Center.

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Indian Joe Tin Pan Alley Time Tour The Events Flyer

Marion with the Cast of Indian Joe