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Marshall W Mabry IV is a singer, actor, playwright, and lover of all things musical theater. Marshall holds the title as the first Camp Broadway Insider sharing his knowledge of the industry as a content contributor and guest journalist on the Camp Broadway blog site.

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Review: Atlanta Lyric Theatre’s Jekyll and Hyde

Every year, when the temperature begins to cool, theatres across the country produce Frank Wildhorn’s Jekyll and Hyde. The show in it’s beginning starred original…

Review: Hair at Serenbe Playhouse

Hair. Weed. Sex. Tons of Love. Oh and a lot of belting. These are five things you can expect when it comes to Serenbe Playhouse’s…

Breaking Down the Characters with Deonté L. Warren

Breaking Down the Characters with Aladdin Broadway’s principle standby, Deonté L. Warren. He covers the Sultan, Babkak, and everyone’s favorite magical sidekick, the Genie! We’re…

How James T. Lane is Keeping it Kind and Too Darn Hot

One Role that keeps coming around for you is the Tinman in the Wiz. How would you describe taking on the legacy and mythology of…

James T. Lane on Creating, Reviving, and Replacing in a Broadway show

This is part two of our interview with James T. Lane! In the first part, James and I talked about how he got from Philly…

From Philly to Broadway: How James T. Lane made it to Broadway

On June 10th I got to interview Kiss Me, Kate Broadway’s standout, James T. Lane. What I hadn’t thought about was it was the morning…

Percy Jackson tour review on mwmivspeaks

“Percy Jackson” thrills teen cult following in Atlanta

With more than 100 million copies of the book series sold worldwide, this global phenomenon has found a new home on the live stage in…

Beyond the Stage Door with T. Oliver Reid

This week’s Beyond the Stage Door is with T. Oliver Reid. His Broadway career spans two decades (1999-2019) and he’s not stopping any time soon!…

Review: The Cake at the Horizon Theatre

The Cake has a muscular point of view, an incredible cast, and the best use of Mashed Potatoes I’ve seen onstage. The Cake at its…

Review: Songs for A New World from Buicentennial Productions

This is how you come out of the gate swinging! In its inaugural production, BUICEntennial puts on Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for A New World.…