Marcia Milgrom Dodge

Marcia Milgrom Dodge's work as a director and choreographer has been seen throughout the United States, in Canada, Great Britain, South Korea, and the Middle East. She made her Broadway directing and choreographing debut with the critically-acclaimed revival of Ragtime after its sold-out run at the Kennedy Center. (She received nominations for the Tony Award for Best Director of a Musical, two Drama Desk awards, and two Astaire Awards; and she won the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Director of a Resident Musical.)

Her first play, the Edgar Award-nominated Sherlock Holmes & The West End Horror, was co-written with her husband, Anthony Dodge, and had its world premiere production at the Bay Street Theatre in 2002 under her direction. Additional regional productions under her direction include the Asolo Theatre Company in Sarasota, Florida, and The Pioneer Theatre in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tony and Marcia wrote the libretto for Hats! The Red Hat Society Musical and Look Homeward Honky Tonk Angel with country music legend Larry Gatlin. The Active Theater Company in New York City presented Tony's play Venus Flytrap under Marcia's direction. Tony and Marcia have been married since 1980 and reside in NYC with their beautiful daughter, Natasha. For more, please visit:

Plays by Marcia Milgrom Dodge