Director, Les Misérable
Marcia trained as an actor at The Drama Centre in London, England and began her career at the Royal Court Theatre. She went on to appear on Broadway, at the Stratford Festival and in many regional theatres in Canada, the UK and the US. She now enjoys a busy directing career that takes her across the country working on projects from major musicals to new plays. Her credits include four seasons at The Charlottetown Festival, numerous productions for RMTC including The Diary of Anne Frank and The Price, Neptune Theatre, Theatre Aquarius, Drayton Entertainment, Persephone Theatre, ATP, The Grand, The Segal Centre. Marcia is also an internationally produced playwright with eleven shows to her credit, including Discovering Elvis and For This Moment Alone. She and long-time collaborator Douglas E. Hughes have created five highly successful plays together; their most recent efforts being a comedy, Jack of Diamonds, which will premiere later this year, and a farce, Something Fishy, which just won the Tom Hendry New Play Award for Best Comedy. She is delighted to be at Rainbow Stage where she watched her mother (Libby Morris) perform as a child.