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Reviews

It's A Wonderful Life
Marion Markham ...(has)...a very sweet, lovely moment when ...(singing)..."A Place To Call Home"...There's a  moment in the Pottersville sequence where George encounters his mother and while the moment lasts only a few seconds, it is played perfectly and has exactly the right kind of emotional impact.
Broadway World.com

The Merchant of Venice
Markham is delightful in the comic role of Portia….(she) displays a wonderful sense of comic timing and weaves comfortably between romantic angst and intellectual sparring. Her delivery of the famous soliloquy on the quality of mercy is a powerful moment in the production.
Northeast Independent

Much Ado About Nothing
Markham shines in the part of Beatrice, conveying the full range of wit and temper, strength and stillness found in the character.
South County Independent

Lend Me A Tenor
In a supporting role Markham garners laughs every time she is onstage.
Newburyport News

Dancing At Lughnasa
Markham makes Rose a strong, complex presence. With an expression that combines intensity and confusion, she makes you want to know what Rose is thinking at every moment.
The Day

The House Of Blue Leaves
In a captivating performance, Marion Markham’s ….lives up to its accolades.
The Providence Journal

How To Succeed in Business
Another big treat is the appearance of Marion Markham as Smitty. She leads the chorus through “Coffee Break” with high style and good spontaneity.
The New Haven Register

The Embracers
Their tumultuous relationship…(is) the driving force behind this musical ……in the sumptuous performances of Marion Markham and Doug Kreeger in the central roles.
www.oob.com

Peter Pan
Markham exhibits two enchanting stage traits: a warm, lively voice that bubbles with suppressed merriment, and the ability to sustain her singing while leaping and dancing about the stage. She never falters. With her upturned nose, cropped brown hair, big eyes and narrow face, she’s the personification of pertness.
The Village News