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Marshall Jones, III
Head of BA Theater, Director of Rutgers Community Arts Summer Acting Conservatory
Theater
Community Arts
Degrees & Accomplishments
BA, Rutgers University
MA, New York University
Biography

Marshall over 30 years of professional experience in a wide variety of key executive positions at some of NYC's most reputable institutions including the Apollo Theater (General Manager), Madison Square Garden (Company Manager), Radio City Music Hall (Producer), and Disney's The Lion King. In addition to his position as Associate Professor at Rutgers, Marshall is the Producing Artistic Director of the Tony® Award-winning Crossroads Theatre Company. Directing plays is his first love and he has directed several plays including last summer's Off Broadway sensation Little Rock (NY Times Critic Pick) as well as the world premiere of Walter Mosley's Lift, which later played at 59E59. He directed Nikkole Salter's Repairing a Nation, which later was recorded for TV broadcast on WNET. He directed the world premieres of Beyond the Oak Trees about Harriet Tubman and Pia Wilson's Back to the Real, a contemporary comedy which is a joint-commission between Crossroads, NJPAC and the NJ Theater Alliance. For 8 years, Marshall has proudly served on the Board of Directors of the Theater Communication Group (TCG).