"Mr. Company" won five awards in the American Globe Theatre's 15 Minute Play Festival! Audience favorite plus honorable mentions for best play, best direction, best actor and best actress!
Marc performed 3 separate roles in The Pajama Game at the Gallery Players in Brooklyn, October 12-November 10th, 2013.
Marc's new short play, "Fair Rosaline" was presented at the American Renaissance Theatre Company's Spring Reading Series 2014 on June 17th at the CAP 21 Theater starring Karen Stanion and Megan Greener.
Marc's short play, "What Would Jesus Do?" was part of the Unchained Festival at the Chain Theater in Long Island City, and was a finalist for Best Play, Best Director and Best Actress. Happy to announce that Cari McHugh won the Best Actress Prize!
Marc was one of the performers for "The Billie Holiday Songbook"at the Beautiful Soup Theatre Benefit on 7/27/14.
Deb Armelino and Marc Castle in "Vanya Goes Vegas," part of the ARTC Winterworks 2016 Festival of Short Plays. Opening January 9th at the Shop at Cap 21.
Marc's play, CATCHING UP, will be part of the EAT New Works Festival on March 18th at 7pm. Directed by Steven Petrillo, it stars Ron Bopst and the author himself.
Marc can be seen as "Reg" in the Snarks production of Living Together at the Amateur Comedy Club from June 6-12 2016.
Marc recently played "Bill Bender" in a benefit reading of Doric Wilson's The West Street Gang for TOSOS at the Eagle Bar.
"I must, however, give special mention for overall excellence, total commitment, and unwaveringly consistent characterizations to
Marc Castle’s spicy and scrappy Bill Bender—what’s in a name?—the old alcoholic enthroned on the same barstool for 20 years;"
Thaddeus Motyka, QONSTAGE.COM
Marc will be playing "Frederick Arnott' in Enchanted April for the Snarks March 6th-12th at the Amateur Comedy Club.
Marc will be performing Josh Drimmer's monologue Several Thousand Dollars Of Tortellini in ARTC's Winter ReadingSeries on March 1st.
Marc will be playing "Bobby" in Getting Played by Judy Klass and directed by Daniel Hawk Hicks.
Marc was just awarded The Jerry Kaufman Award's Citation for Excellence and a Developmental Grant for his series of short plays: Mr. Company and Other Inventions.