This summer, I will once again be returning to Maine
(with a different theatre company this time!)
making my debut at Theater at Monmouth as part of their 49th season:
between June 23rd - August 26th I will be playing:
Orsino in Twelfth Night - directed by Kristin Clippard
Mr. Darcy in Pride @ Prejudice - directed by Janis Stevens
Buckingham in Richard III - directed by Dawn McAndrews
Max in Dial M for Murder - directed by Sally Wood
My first roles in Maine not originated by Billy Magnussen (all praise!)
"Thurman is handsome, imposing, brash, boyish and believably incarnates a young man torn between achieving the quick success of the digital age
with a secret longing for a more idealistic approach"
- Broadway World, Sex with Strangers
"Marshall Taylor Thurman paints her young 'boy toy' Spike as charmingly conceited, shamelessly studish, and yet, somehow, winning"
- Broadway World, Vanya and Sonia...
"Thurman’s Ethan moves, talks, and multi-tasks
with the focused speed of high-functioning internet
He holds his mouth, and his body,
like tools he’s confident he knows how to use
. . .
Thurman makes convincing his insecurity, his youth,
and his raw anxiety to be taken seriously as a writer"
- Portland Phoenix, Sex with Strangers
"Marshall Taylor Thurman was solid as both the peculiar Dr. Mortimer
and sinister Stapleton"
- OnstageBlog, Hound of the Baskervilles
"Thurman delivers cocky sex appeal with underlying desires that are much deeper than his handsome looks"
- Portland Press Herald. Sex with Strangers
"Thurman’s Spike is exactly what he should be –
hard-bodied, charmingly cheeky, happily shallow
(and his remarkable reverse-striptease
might make you think he’s done it before)"
- Portland Phoenix, Vanya and Sonia...