About

“One may define an artist by measuring his collection of talent, passion, and determination. The fusion of these three things will open endless opportunities to the gifted soul.”

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Atlanta-based artist, Marshall W Mabry IV, picked up his first script at the age of 7 and to him and his family, the rest was history. After spending some time in Atlanta based group Youth Ensemble of Atlanta,  Marshall knew that the arts were his true passion.  After realizing Marshall was serious about being an entertainer his parents enrolled him at The Victory Spot.  Under the direction of Speech from the Grammy award-winning group Arrested Development, Marshall was paired with local talent Mr. Byron Word.

Over the years, he has done ensemble roles with both Camp Broadway and Youth Ensemble of Atlanta (YEA), in addition to leading roles with the Performers Warehouse. As an extraordinary young artist, Marshall has quickly become a triple threat talent through acting, singing, and writing  He excels in his knowledge of the inner and outer workings of being on Broadway, with a resume that includes acting credits in Fiddler on the roof, In the heights, Mulan Jr, Lion King Jr, A series of August Wilson plays, and Once on this Island Jr. 

He dreams to one day perform in regional theatre, television and has high hopes to star on Broadway.

 In 2017, Marshall had the distinct pleasure to open for the Grammy-award winning group, Arrested Development. at City Winery in Atlanta, Ga.  He has also blessed audiences with his vocal talents in Georgia, Virgina and New York.

When Marshall isn’t performing or perfecting his artistry, you can find him on MWMIVSpeaks the Podcast, which is dedicated to musical theatre.  He enjoys seeing local theatre productions and all touring Broadway shows in Atlanta with his family,

Connect with Marshall on social media to find out when he’s performing in a city near you.

Instagram,  YouTube,  Podcast

 

For bookings, please send inquiries to

Kimberly Bryant (manager)

mwmivspeaks@gmail.com

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