Search
Show Finder
 
Licensing Plays and Musicals for Schools and Community Theaters Since 1928
  
 Contact Us 
  
 Cart  
  
 Log In or Sign Up 
 New Releases 
 Adaptations of the Classics 
 Broadway Series 
 Show Finder 
 Full Length Plays 
 Musicals 
 Short Play Scripts 
 Ten Minute Plays 
 Ten Minute Monologues 
 Community Theatre 
 Holiday Theater 
 Youth Theater 
 Original Series 
 Social Awareness Plays 
 Interactive Theater 
 Anthology Library 
 Books and Resources 
 Ben Nye Makeup 
 Posters 
 T-Shirts 
 Video Rights 
 Artwork Downloads 
 Authors' Corner 
 Submit a New Work 
 For Our Customers 
 About Our Authors 
 FAQs 
 About Us 
Find us on Facebook
AACT
Marsh Cassady

Marsh CassadyMarsh Cassady is the author of more than fifty books including novels, true crime, biography, collections of plays, short stories and haiku, and books on theatre and storytelling. His plays have been widely performed in the United States (including Off-Broadway) and in Mexico. A former actor/director and university professor, he has a Ph.D. in theatre, is a member of Actors Equity Association and the Dramatists Guild, and has worked with more than a hundred productions. In addition, Cassady has taught various creative writing courses at UCSD and elsewhere. A former small press publisher, he also has been editor of three magazines. Since the early 1980s he has conducted all-genre writing workshops in San Diego and in Playas de Rosarito, Baja California Norte, Mexico, where he has lived since 1997. While teaching at Montclair State in the 70s, he started a playwriting program that included classes, workshops, and individual projects. He has won regional and national awards in the U.S. in playwriting, fiction, nonfiction, and haiku. Cassady writes editorials, a column and occasional articles for The Baja Times, and his digital art and ceramic sculptures are exhibited in several galleries. He continues to write books in various genres.

Plays by Marsh Cassady with Heuer Publishing:
INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF THEATRE
INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF THEATRE TEACHER'S GUIDE