OPENING ON BROADWAY NOV 8, 2015 - An epic story of love, war and heroism set during the Japanese American internment of World War II, Allegiance stars TV legend George Takei and Tony-Award winner Lea Salonga. The world premiere broke the all-time box-office record at the Old Globe in San Diego and won Best Musical.
Wrote the concert adaptation for City Center's Encores series of Lerner & Loewe's classic 1951 musical.
Based on the beloved romantic comedy of manners by E.M.Forster, this musical adaptation of A Room with a View teams Marc with Jeffrey Stock, composer of the effervescent Broadway musical Triumph of Love. Conceived in the lushly lyrical and gently comic tradition of A Little Night Music, its world premiere was at the Old Globe in San Diego and then returned to Seattle's 5th Avenue Musical Theater.
The book that rocked the 18th century. A musical to rock the 21st.
Based on the scandalous 18th century sex comedy by Henry Fielding, Bastard Jones tells the rollicking adventures of the baseborn Tom Jones, a himbo with a heart of gold. Composer Amy Engelhardt of "band without instruments" The Bobs and Marc have united the highbrow with the lowbrow in a style they like to call "the unibrow." You can listen to it here.
WINNER of the 2012 Helen Hayes Award for BEST NEW PLAYThis comedy tells the true story of the gay penguins who tried to hatch a rock in the Central Park Zoo, the pair of hawks who threw bones and gristle out off a Fifth Avenue co-op, and the birdbrained human behavior they all inspired. Birds of a Feather was workshopped at Portland Center Stage's JAW Playwright's Festival and had its world premiere in July, 2011 at the Hub Theatre in Fairfax, Virginia, one of the counties that protested And Tango Makes Three, the children's book about the penguins that is one of the most banned books in the U.S. Birds of a Feather is available for licensing through Samuel French.
"Goofy, but serious…an allusive, wisecracking comedy…a smart and sometimes affecting meditation on relationships (gay and straight), conformism and the construction of public identity."
The Washington Post
This one-man monologue with songs, or "monologsical," had its world premiere run at the Hub Theatre in Fairfax, Virginia in 2012, starring Alex Brightman playing 20 roles. Check out the video preview.