Sissy gets caught in a web from Spiderman Turn Off The Dark's Ken Marks LIVE Friday night!

Broadway actor Ken Marks talks about returning to the role of Uncle Ben in Broadway's Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark LIVE Friday night on The Sissy Gamache Show 7:30pm EST on MNN Channel 56 TWC Manhattan and on
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Feb. 27, 2013 - PRLog -- Broadway actor Ken Marks, fresh off his limited engagement in the Women's Project play BETHANY by Laura Marks, directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch and Starring America Ferarra. Mr Marks has an enviable resume having played a wide range of roles in Film, Television and Theatre and has originated roles on Broadway including Bill Austin in Mamma Mia! and more recently as Uncle Ben in the controversial, infamous turned smash hit musical Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark originally directed by Julie Taymor, a role he will be returning to on Broadway starting March 5th.

Broadway: Michael in Dancing at Lughnasa (American cast), Arthur Miller’s After the Fall, Tom Stoppard’s Rock ‘n’ Roll, the last Wilbur Turnblad standing in Hairspray, Bill Austin in Mamma Mia! (original cast), Spring Awakening, Present Laughter.  Recently he originated the role of Uncle Ben in Spider-Man: qpgfh Turn Off the Dark.  Off-Broadway: Editor Webb in David Cromer’s Our Town (original cast, Barrow Street), Laurence Olivier in Orson’s Shadow (Barrow Street), Stuff Happens (Public Theater, Drama Desk for Best Ensemble), Tony Kushner’s A Bright Room Called Day (Public), The Internationalist (Vineyard), Little Fish (Second Stage), When They Speak of Rita (Primary Stages), Bright Lights, Big City (NYTW), Henry V (NYSF). Regional: Long Wharf, ACT, the Guthrie, Seattle Rep, McCarter, Mark Taper, Actors Theatre of Louisville and many others. TV/Film: The Wackness, Bitter Pill, Henry’s Crime, Step Up 3D, “Royal Pains,” “Life on Mars,” “Elementary,” “New Amsterdam,” “Third Watch,” several “Law & Order” and “Law & Order: SVU”.  Bay Area Critics Circle Award, Charles Bowden Award from New Dramatists.

And now, Mr Marks will talk about the trials and tribulations going from working on a grand, controversial spectacle such as Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark to working in a play written by his own wife and starring an Emmy award winning actress LIVE 7:30pm EST on MNN (Manhattan Neighborhood Network) Channel 56 Time Warner Cable Manhattan and on our website
Source:Charles Casano - Associate Producer
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