2014-2015 Season

Luna Stage Production History. Celebrating 26 Seasons!

March 9, 2015


written and performed by marcus d. harvey

An autobiographical solo performance piece about the search for father(hood) and identity in a world where growing up black, male, and without a father is a hindrance. An timely journey exploring ideas of the self and searching for love, manhood, and blackness.

marcus d. harvey

Award-winning actor/writer/singer/director, marcus d. harvey holds his MFA in Acting from Brooklyn College, MA in Dramatic Writing for Social Change from New York University and dual undergraduate degrees in Dramatic Arts and Performance Studies from UNC-Chapel Hill.

As an actor, he has performed for such companies as The Old Vic (London), Playmaker's Rep (Chapel Hill, NC), Illinois Shakespeare Festival, WAM Theatre (Lenox, MA), and TADA! Theatre (New York). He has been on TV in As The World Turns, One Life to Live and has been in several independent film projects.

As a writer, he has written two solo shows, Are We Not Men? and baba. He is currently at work on his first full-length play, mother's day.

As a director, he has directed for Harlem 9 working with Nikkole Salter at the National Black Theatre, Space Relations by Bernard Traver at Abingdon Theatre and recently directed a suicide awareness poetry/spoken word project in Albany, NY consisting of local poets.

marcus is a faculty member at Baruch College, where he teaches Public Speaking, Voice & Diction as well as Public Speaking for Social Justice. He also teaches August Wilson as a part of Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company August Wilson Monologue Competition. He currently lives in Manhattan, on the Upper Westside, with his fiance' Krystle and he is represented by SW Artists.