I’m beyond excited to announce that I’ll be working at
Ensemble Studio Theatre as a part of their Marathon Series,
playing Dmetri in The Tourists by Stephen Brown
Marathon Series C running June 9 - 29.
Then I’m off to Connecticut to play that titular Tudor
in Valley Shakespeare Festival’s outdoor production of Henry VIII
Like Shakespeare in the Park, in Shelton, CT
tickets are free with a suggested donation, July 11 - 14 at 7:30 pm
Ending the summer in beautiful Ketchum, ID
doing Comedy of Errors at Sun Valley Shakespeare Festival
playing Antipholus of Syracuse, from August 15- 24 at 6:30 pm
Here’s hoping my twin is played by Jaime Lannister looking down
or Ryan Gosling with half his face covered!
"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...
"It’s in Buckingham, portrayed in an acute balancing act by Thurman,
that we find the most pointed object lesson in the dangers of trusting
an insecure narcissist"
- The Portland Phoenix, Richard III
"Thurman delivers cocky sex appeal with underlying desires that are much deeper than his handsome looks"
- Portland Press Herald. Sex with Strangers
"Tony’s intensity is amplified by the smartly lower-pitched work of the characters he plays around and against... Thurman’s Max, in turn,
has an American’s informality on its best behavior among Brits,
and the alert self-restraint of a man in the home of his mistress’s husband"
- The Portland Phoenix, Dial M for Murder
"Thurman’s Darcy says volumes with his silences as he quietly copes
with the disarmingly attractive strength of Elizabeth’s personality"
- Portland Press Herald, Pride and Prejudice
“The tall and versatile Marshall Taylor Thurman – already a silent Heger, a scowling Heathcliff, a manipulative Mr. Rochester and a mansplaining Gilbert Markham – reappears to personify Death, brutally claiming Emily and sweeping Anne off gently” - The Jane Austen Project, The Art of Sisters
"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 . . . He makes convincing his insecurity, his youth, and his raw anxiety to be taken seriously as a writer"
- Portland Phoenix, 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...