Marshall Botvinick is a playwright, dramaturg, and educator based in North Carolina. His plays have been developed at the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, Palm Beach Dramaworks, South Carolina Repertory Company, the Mid-America Theater Conference, and the ATHE New Play Development Workshop. He has also been a finalist for the Todd McNerney Playwriting Award and the Georgia College Arts & Letters Prize for Drama as well as a semifinalist for the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. He holds an M.F.A. in Dramaturgy from the A.R.T./MXAT Institute at Harvard University.
To Reach Across A River
Yehudis and her husband spend years struggling with infertility. After her marriage falls apart, she adopts a biracial girl, forever altering her relationship with her ultra-Orthodox community.
CITY: New York
"It’s so rare to see a play with such reverence for Orthodoxy, particularly in such an unorthodox—and beautiful—story."
- David Winitsky
Workshop Reading, Theater Ariel (Philadelphia)
National Jewish Playwriting Contest
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