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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!)

Click here for tickets!

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Reviews

"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 WorldSex with Strangers

"Marshall Taylor Thurman paints her young 'boy toy' Spike as charmingly conceited, shamelessly studish, and yet, somehow, winning"
Broadway WorldVanya 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 PhoenixSex 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 HeraldSex 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 PhoenixVanya and Sonia...