Marcus Yi is an award winning theatre writer/composer/director and performer based in New York. He has created work in Singapore, Atlanta and New York and is the artistic director of Morbid Dumpling Productions.. He has worked on over 100 productions and his recently created work include Micro Shrimp The Musical (Winner of 11th Annual NJ Playwrights Contest), 29x/y (WIld Project, Paradise Factory), Pretty Little Mouth (Roy Arias), The Procedure (Gene Frankel Theater), The Ephemeral Lightness of Dreams: the dream plays (Lynn Redgrave Theatre), Thicker Than Water: the blood plays and Baby Baby!. His work has been produced by the National Asian Artists Project, Yangtze Rep, Prospect Theater, Pan Asian Rep, Asian American Film Lab, The Secret Theatre, New Jersey Playwrights Contest, Ingenue Theater, Modern Griot Theatre, Ticket2eternity Productions, Queens Players, Rising Solo, POPLAB, URNetworkAlliance, NYC Actors and Playwrights Collective, All Out Arts, Short Play Lab, Angry Head Productions and Living Room Theater. His work has been seen at the New York Times Center, Green Room 42, The Duplex, National Opera Center, Midtown International Theater Festival, Planet Connections Theater Festivity, Fresh Fruit Festival and the Midwinter Madness Theater Festival. Marcus was named one of Indie Theater Now's 2014 People of the Year, is an Indie Theater Now Playwright, and an inaugural member of the 92nd Street Y Musical Theater Development Lab Collective. Marcus is also an O1 Visa lawyer for creative professionals.
"An exciting new American playwright whose work is inventive, arresting, and very entertaining."
"Marcus Yi is the next great voice in Downtown Theater"
---New York Comedy World
"A masterful writer who combines suspense, wit, and intrigue that is both entertaining and deep"
---Miss April B
"Director Marcus Yi makes strong choices"
"Marcus Yi, the director/choreographer, showed great imagination keeping the action well-paced"
"Mr. Yi’s improvisations...simulated both the glamorous and the mundane"
"The undoubted star of the show is Marcus Yi as the scarecrow, who combines physical humour with acid one-liners to create an unforgettable character."
---Flying Inkpot www.inkpot.com/theatre