Marcia Milgrom Dodge

Marcia Milgrom Dodge’s work as a director & choreographer has been seen throughout the United States, Denmark, Canada, Great Britain and South Korea.  She directed and choreographed the acclaimed Broadway revival of Ragtime after its sold-out run at The Kennedy Center (2010 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Direction of a Resident Musical, 2010 Tony Award Nomination for Best Director of a Musical, Drama Desk Award nominations for direction & choreography, Astaire Award nomination for choreography.)   Also for The Kennedy Center, she adapted and directed a concert staging of My Fair Lady starring Jonathan Pryce.  Marcia’s Off-Broadway credits include Venus Flytrap (The Active Theater); Seussical The Musical (Theatreworks USA/Lortel Award nomination); Cookin’Radio Gals; Maltby & Shire’s Closer Than Ever (choreographed original production) and William Finn’s Romance In Hard Times (The Public Theater). Regionally, she has directed & choreographed at Bucks County Playhouse (Really Rosie), Denver Center Theatre Company (Sense & Sensibility The Musical, world-premiere production), Pasadena Playhouse (world premiere of Under My Skin), Glimmerglass Festival (The Music Man), Bay Street Theatre (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The Forum, Ain’t Misbehavin’, The Who’s Tommy, Once On This Island, Hair and Sherlock Holmes & The West End Horror, co-written with her husband Anthony Dodge/Edgar Award nomination for Best Play); Reprise Theatre Company (Cabaret, How To Succeed…); Maltz Jupiter Theatre (Hello, Dolly!/Carbonell Award for Direction, Anything Goes/Carbonell Award for Choreography and Master Class); and many shows at Music Circus, Flat Rock Playhouse, Pittsburgh Public Theater, The Goodman Theatre, Goodspeed and Arena Stage.  She has also participated in exciting collaborations with Julie Andrews (Simeon’s Gift), Stephen Sondheim (Merrily We Roll Along), Rupert Holmes (Thumbs!), Des McAnuff (Elmer Gantry) and Robert Falls & John Logan (Riverview).  Her television credits include Sesame Street and AMC’S Remember WENN. Faculty:  American Musical and Dramatic Academy.