Marcia Kash

Role
Director
Show
The Christmas Tree

Marcia is thrilled to be joining the Foster Festival as the Director of The Christmas Tree reading series.

 

Marcia trained as an actor at The Drama Centre in London, England, and began her career at the Royal Court Theatre creating the role of Gila in Not Quite Jerusalem. In North America she has appeared at: The Stratford FestivalThe Kennedy Center, on Broadway, at the Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati,  Arena Stage, Buffalo, The Citadel Theatre Edmonton, Theatre Plus, Toronto; ATP, Calgary; Stage West, Theatre Calgary; and Neptune Theatre.

 

Her first foray into play writing was in the early 90’s with the highly successful farce WHO’S UNDER WHERE?(co-written with Doug Hughes) which has since received more than one hundred productions in eight countries and five languages.

 

Her other plays (in partnership with Mr. Hughes) include:

 

  • Party to Murder
  • Too Many Cooks
  • Discovering Elvis
  • Jack of Diamonds
  • Something Fishy
  • Deadline

 

In addition to writing and acting, Marcia is also an accomplished director. Directing credits include:

 

  • For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, Rumors, Annie, White Christmas, Neptune Theatre
  • Humble Boy, Syringa Tree, The Price, The Diary of Anne Frank, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre
  • Tuesdays With Morrie, Educating Rita, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Segal Centre
  • Doubt, Forever Plaid, The Full Monty, The Sound of Music. Blackbird, Spiders Web, Theatre Aquarius
  • Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, The Grand Theatre
  • One For the PotWho’s Under Where, Boeing Boeing, Run for Your Wife, Cash on Delivery,Too Many Cooks, See How They Run, Drayton Entertainment