Marcus Gorman

Marcus Gorman

Marcus is a Seattle-based writer and performer originally from Berkeley, CA. His original plays include Deers, Natural, and the upcoming Peggy: The Plumber Who Saved the Galaxy (co-written with Jacob Farley), all produced at Annex Theatre. He has worked on devised plays with interarts gang The Libertinis (Gone Wild!, Atomic Falls USA, The Fantastic Misadventures of Twisty Shakes) and physical theatre troupe...
Marcus is a Seattle-based writer and performer originally from Berkeley, CA. His original plays include Deers, Natural, and the upcoming Peggy: The Plumber Who Saved the Galaxy (co-written with Jacob Farley), all produced at Annex Theatre. He has worked on devised plays with interarts gang The Libertinis (Gone Wild!, Atomic Falls USA, The Fantastic Misadventures of Twisty Shakes) and physical theatre troupe DangerSwitch (Mad Scientist Cabaret, Big Bad). He is the author of the novels Triceratops and Sky Masterson: Private Detective and the editor of Ten Years Ago, a website where contributors review films on their tenth anniversary. He currently works at the Seattle International Film Festival as a film programmer and publications associate editor.

Plays

  • Deers
    Antic animals drink away their troubles with friends and foes at a mountain tavern in the Cascades, where every bunny knows your name. Share a pint as these creatures encounter love, laughs, and their own primal natures. Beginning with the pilot and ending with a very special series finale, DEERS follows critters of all shapes and sizes over four episodes of this strange and unusual live sitcom.
  • Natural
    When a gay man realizes he may be straighter than he thought, six urbanites -- bookstore clerks, bloggers, baristas, bartenders, and businessmen -- unravel messy lives of retail hell, online erotica, and crises of sexual identity.
  • Peggy: The Plumber Who Saved the Galaxy
    The year is 3732. Peggy, Plumbing Specialist First Class at the prestigious Universe University, unexpectedly finds herself trapped in a galactic conflict between worlds. As she and a mysterious classmate named Rogen bounce across the far reaches and strange planets of the galaxy looking to stay alive, they become key in the means to achieve peace and save the day.
  • Lesbian, P.I.
    In this hard-boiled detective drama, our heroine is a no-nonsense private eye who always gets her woman. A mysterious and alluring dame sets her on the trail of a clever cat burglar, and our PI gets more than she bargained for as she finds herself drawn into the strip club underworld... and ever closer into the arms of the dame.