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TheatreCast #47| A Chat With Samuel French Inc.’s Literary Manager- Amy Rose Marsh


This is the show where where Theatre teachers and professionals share their passion for Theatre trends, share practical advice and tips, and ask questions of some of Theatre's most innovative collaborators.  

TheatreCast #47| A Chat With Samuel French Inc.’s Literary Manager- Amy Rose Marsh

Nick Cusumano

Join Nick Cusumano and Danielle Filas as they welcome Amy Rose Marsh, literary manager for Samuel French Inc. Samuel French Inc. is one of oldest play publishers in the U.S.   Enjoy the show, as Amy Rose shares insights to the play publishing business and all the great work Samuel French Inc. is doing.

AMY ROSE MARSH is a dramaturg originally from the Pacific Northwest, but she is currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Currently, she works as the Literary Manager with Samuel French, Inc. where she has helped bring over 400 new plays to print. Additionally, she also serves as the Artistic Director for the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival, Manhattan’s oldest continuous short play festival, which is in its 39th year and will be running in August 2014. She is also an Associate Artist with Concrete Temple Theatre and an active member of the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas. She has spoken on panels for the Association of Authors and Representatives, the All-for-One Theatre Festival, and LMDA, has taught at Citywrights Festival in Miami, FL and has been a reader for Native Voices at the Autry, The Lark, and Young Playwrights, Inc.  Amy holds a B.A. in Theatre and a B.A./B.M. in Vocal Performance from the University of Washington.