Amy Rose Marsh
Amy Rose Marsh is a dramaturg and writer originally from the Pacific Northwest, but she is currently based out of Greenpoint in Brooklyn, New York. Amy has worked to develop projects with Concrete Temple Theatre (IMPERIA SAVE THE WORLD, THE BIRD MACHINE, THE WHALE), The Goddamn Cobras (SITEfest Readings 2010, BEAUTIFUL FOOLS) Elf Queen Productions (HEIST), and Spectre Box (TOUCH). She has also worked with Annex Theatre, Emerald City Scene, and A.C.T. in Seattle; iDiom Theatre and Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington; and the Alumni Theatre in Toronto.
Currently, she works as the Associate Editor with Samuel French, Inc. and serves as a Literary Associate and the Web Content Director for the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival, Manhattan’s oldest continuous short play festival. She is also an Associate Artist/Dramaturg with Concrete Temple Theatre and with Boomslang, the literary/performance wing of Brooklyn-based creative collective The Goddamn Cobras, as well as the former co-head of the New York chapter of Early Career Dramaturgs, a division of the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas.
Amy is also one half of Brooklyn theatre creators Arm and El Beau. With Arm and El Beau, she has creator performances pieces for Arts in Bushwick‘s SITEfest 2010 & 2011, Greenpoint Open Studio, Yes Gallery, the In/Out Festival, Ars Nova’s ANT fest (upcoming) and for countless Brooklyn rooftops and backyards. Amy holds a B.A. in Theatre and a B.A./B.M. in Vocal Performance from the University of Washington.