Marshall Botvinick

Marshall Botvinick

Marshall Botvinick is a playwright, dramaturg, and theater educator based in North Carolina. His plays have been developed by the Jewish Plays Project, Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, Palm Beach Dramaworks, South Carolina Repertory Company, ATHE New Play Development Workshop, and the Mid-America Theater Conference. He has also been a finalist for the Todd McNerney Playwriting Award and the Georgia College...
Marshall Botvinick is a playwright, dramaturg, and theater educator based in North Carolina. His plays have been developed by the Jewish Plays Project, Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, Palm Beach Dramaworks, South Carolina Repertory Company, ATHE New Play Development Workshop, and the Mid-America Theater Conference. He has also been a finalist for the Todd McNerney Playwriting Award and the Georgia College Arts & Letters Prize for Drama as well as a semifinalist for the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference.

Plays

  • The Hero and the Scholar
    Robert Malone has been a university professor for nearly three decades. But when one of his students mentions his lectures in a suicide note, he finds himself fighting for both his job and his innocence. Yet he can't help but wonder: Did I cause this? Are my words the reason a young man died?
  • To Reach Across a River
    Yehudis and her husband spent years struggling with infertility. After her marriage falls apart, she decides to adopt a biracial girl, forever altering her relationship with the ultra-Orthodox community she grew up in.