Marshall Botvinick (T’06)

Summer 2015 - Marshall Botvinick (T'06) just completed his first year as a full-time lecturer in the Department of Theatre at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. In May of 2015, Palgrave Macmillan published his book Jonson: Volpone, and he is currently editing a collection of essays about Ben Jonson for an upcoming book to be published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 

Spring 2009 - Marshall Botvinick (T’06) will receive his M.F.A. in dramaturgy this spring from the A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University.  Recently, he worked as the production dramaturg on Communist Dracula Pageant, a world premiere play by Anne Washburn and directed by Obie-Award winner Anne Kauffman.  This past year he has also functioned as the American Repertory Theater’s liaison to public schools, and this coming summer he will once again be teaching Theater Arts to gifted teenagers in the Duke Talent Identification Program.

Summer 2007 - Botvinick worked as an assistant to Tony Award Winner Gene Saks on his production of The Underpants at Playmakers Repertory Company, directed Martin Zimmerman’s (T’07) play Three Movements at Duke, and performed in both hands theatre company’s acclaimed production of the parent project.  This July he will begin studying to receive his M.F.A. in dramaturgy from the A.R.T./M.X.A.T. Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.