Jack Marshall

About Jack Marshall

Jack Marshall is known to theatre goers as an award-winning stage director, and, from 1994 to 2015, as the founding artistic director for The American Century Theater. He is the prolific contributor to Ethics Alarms, and is president and founder of ProEthics, LTD. He lives in Alexandria with his wife and partner, Grace Marshall, their son Grant, and their Jack Russell Terrier, Rugby. Like many who are interested in the nature of good, evil, justice, and chaos, he is a lifetime fan of the Boston Red Sox.

Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver at Infinity Theatre (review)

  If you are a loyal and nostalgic fan of John Denver’s music, by all means head to Annapolis and see the Infinity Theatre Company’s production of the new jukebox musical Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver.

The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd at Compass Rose Theater (review)

The Roar of The Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd is a sui generis 1965 Broadway musical by the team of Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley. They collaborated on the music, lyrics and book, and, to top it off, Newley was also the star on Broadway: I am pretty sure no other musical checks all those […]

To Have Done with the Judgement of God from Theatre du Jour (review)

I love plays like this. Really, I just love them. So many thoughts go through one’s mind when watching a theatrical production that makes no sense at all but does so with theatricality, passion and style.

Jack Marshall on Samuel French “cease and desist” controversy

A ridiculous and offensive example of misuse of legal process and interference with free speech was just flagged by self-exiled Ethics Alarms star, Barry “Ampersand” Deutsch on his blog.

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