Marlow Wyatt is a magna cum laude graduate of Howard University’s College of Fine Arts. She is an actor and playwright. Her first play SHE is scheduled for a 2021 World Premiere at the Latino Theater Company in Los Angeles. Robbin, from the Hood, developed in MADLab with Moving Arts, is a 2021 Eugene O’Neill semi-finalist and her current work Listen, A Black Woman Is Speaking was chosen for the Playwrights Union Sneak Peek Live Reading Series in June 2021. She is a featured playwright in 50IN50: Shattering The Glass Ceiling (2021) curated by Dominique Morriseau and Letters To Our Daughters (2019) at the Kumble and Billie Holliday Theaters in NY and WACO Theater in LA. Marlow has received numerous honors as a playwright, arts activist and founder of The Girl Blue Project. She was recently lauded as a 2021 As We Grow We Sow artist by Support Black Theater. She is a 2018 Many Voices Fellowship finalist, a 2018 Howard Players honored alumna, 2016 CTG/Humanitas Playwrights Prize finalist, a two-time Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Discretionary Grant recipient, Women In Theatre Red Carpet Award winner, Pine-Sol/Ebony Magazine Powerful Difference Award winner and Spirited Woman Grant recipient. Acting is her first love and during the pandemic she was fortunate to be cast in the Zoom series Isolation Inn as Millie Baker as well as Bird Ivy in South Central Speakeasy Zip Code Play. Her latest role, pre-pandemic, was Arlene in the critically acclaimed play Eight Nights.
Marlow is a proud member of Dramatists Guild, Playwrights Union, Alliance for Los Angeles Playwrights, Antaeus Playwrights Lab, AEA, SAG/AFTRA, D.I.V.A. Society for Women in the Arts and most recently Moving Arts.