Renee Taylor & Joe Bologna

Marlow Wyatt/The Girl Blue Project

The Gallery Theatre

The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Project

What A Pair!

Chris DeCarlo

Joanne Gordon

Jim Maurer

Phillip Sokoloff

Kim O’Rourke

Ken Takemoto

Jennie Webb

Caprice Spencer Rothe

Theatre West


Marlow Wyatt is a magna cum laude B.F.A graduate of Howard University.  As a professional actor she has performed in numerous Off Broadway and regional productions and received an AUDELCO nomination for originating the role of Maxine Clyde in Song of Sad Young Men and an Owen Dodson Award for Best Actress.  As an arts activist for youth she has worked with programs such as CityKids Foundation/NY, ArtsDC and Everyman Street Theatre. 

A year of volunteering for LA Unified Schools inspired Marlow to develop a curriculum that combines the performing arts, life skills and empowerment classes to serve the emotional needs of teen girls called The Girl Blue Project.  Since 2003 The Girl Blue Project has successfully provided free classes for low-income and girls in foster care.  Not only was she a teacher and mentor Marlow wrote, directed and produced over 7 staged productions for and about the girls.  Her work has been featured in the LA Watts Times, The Spirited Woman and Mass Appeal News. 

Marlow is a member of the D.I.V.A. Society for Women in the Arts and Robey Theatre Playwrights Lab.  She is currently gearing her talents toward developing programs like The Girl Blue Project for other organizations interested in theatre arts education and youth empowrment.  Marlow can be reached at 213-387-2053 or at