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Thomas Marsh


Tom Marsh is a local thespian who is building an impressive resume of work as a character actor. He played multiple roles in the Alliance’s production of Confusions (which consists of three one-act plays, The Still Alarm by George S. Kauffman and Alan Ayckbourn’s Between Mouthfuls and A Talk in the Park), multiple roles in Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery directed by Rachael Endrizzi, Joseph Carey Merrick in Bernard Pomerance’s The Elephant Man, a priest battling Satan in 2017 New Play Contest winner Noli Timeri, Squeamish in The Country Wife, the evil Mr. Burns in Mr. Burns: The Post-Electric Play, a Victorian dandy by the name of Woodnut in The Nether, as well as Toys in the Attic and 2014’s A Position of Relative Importance.  He appears next for Players Circle Theatre in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.

October 26, 2018; revised December 9, 2021.


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