Carmon Marshall

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Robin Carmon Marshall

Robin Carmon Marshall is a Playwright/ Director/Performer/Activist. Her plays include: From The Boot of Timberland, Can I Get a Witness?, The Greatest Gift, Victims of Circumstance, Fruit of the Spirit, The Rescue Mission, Down With the “B” Word, Last Seen with a Black Female, A Woman In a Stall, Penn Station, Puttin’ In, Little Brown Biscuit and A People: The Journey (Dance Performance), The Return of the Fifth Stone and Escape to Freedom.

Her works have been produced by Mordecai Historic Park, New Providence Missionary Baptist Church, Burning Coal Theatre Company/Oakwood Educators, Cary Playwrights/24 Hour Festival 2014, Long Island University Honors Conference, Nassau County Correctional Facility, Memorial Presbyterian Church, and National Black Theatre Festival 2011 Reading Series. Her play, From the Boot of Timberland, is performed in Domestic Violence Workshops. It received a staged reading at the National Black Theatre Festival 2011 and it received the 2011 Graduate Award in Playwriting.  

Marshall served as the Founder/Artistic Director of The Sanaa Movement, Long Island, NY. The dance company toured the tri-state region and abroad. The North Carolina native is currently serving as the Executive Director of MOJOAA Performing Arts Company. Marshall has a M.F.A. in Playwriting from Adelphi University.   

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Monet Marshall

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: Monet Noelle Marshall 

Monét Noelle Marshall is a Durham, North Carolina-based artist, director, producer and creative consultant.  She serves as the Founding Artistic Director of MOJOAA Performing Arts Company, producing new works by and new opportunities for Black playwrights. Marshall is also the Lead Con(sulting) Artist at BaD Arts Consulting which creates business solutions for creatives and creative solutions for businesses. Monét Noelle Marshall uses the arts to engage communities in collective visioning, change making and joy as social action. Marshall holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Professional Theatre from North Carolina A & T University. 

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Board member: Robin Carmon Marshall