Marc Wolf

Marc Wolf recently completed the filming of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, which he wrote and stars in, directed by John Walsh and Mary Harron, produced by Michael Eisner and Daryl Roth.  The film is adapted from his solo-show Another American: Asking and Telling, which he wrote and performed Off-Broadway at DR2 Theatre, directed by Joe Mantello.  Mr. Wolf won an Obie and was nominated for the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for the original Off-Broadway production of Another American: Asking and Telling at The New Group.  He has appeared in Another American at Mark Taper Forum (Garland Award), Seattle Repertory Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Trinity Repertory Theatre, The Studio Theatre Washington D.C. (Helen Hayes Award, GLAAD Award), Baltimore Center Stage, About Face Theatre (Jeff Nomination), Kansas City Repertory Theatre, New Conservatory Theatre (Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award), Boston Theatre Works (IRNE Award), and New York Stage & Film.  Another American is published in the anthology Political Stages: Plays that Shaped a Century.  Mr. Wolf was commissioned by McCarter Theatre to write and perform in The Road Home: Re-Membering America,which was produced at McCarter Theatre and New York Theatre Workshop’s Summer Residency directed by Emily Mann, and at Huntington Theatre Company and Geva Theatre directed by David Schweizer. On television, appearances on The Sopranos, Law & Order, and Brent Lawrence/Marian Crane on Guiding Light.  Mr. Wolf is the recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts Awards.  He recently completed a new play The Lawn King, about an imprisoned environmental activist; workshopped another new play Getting Home; and is working on a new solo-show This Blessed Plot in residency at Mabou Mines in New York City.  He is a graduate of Williams College. 


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