To be up after midnight and to go to bed then, is early: so that to go to bed after midnight is to go to bed betimes. Does not our life consist of the four elements? – Sir Tobey Belch
William Marlowe teaches, acts, directs, stage manages and designs. Now in his 12th year as Director of Drama at Spokane Falls Community College, he came to the college following 15 years as a free-lance artist working across the country. Nationally, Bill has directed the nation’s premier outdoor drama TECUMSEH! as well as working for five years as Actor/Artistic Director at the Birmingham Children’s Theatre directing several national tours. He received the regional Obelisk Award for Best Actor for his role as the Kabuki Emperor in The Nightingale. William has played numerous roles in his six seasons at The Modern-Spokane including the eleven roles in A Tuna Christmas, which won him the local Critics Circle Award for Best Actor in Spokane for that season.
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