Marlon Burnley Exhibit and Performance at Lamar Dodd

Black in the Box: a One Man Show by Marlon Burnley

Performance: January 18, 7:30 pm, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Gallery 101
Exhibit Duration: Monday, January 15, 2018 to Thursday, January 18, 2018

Through the use of several masks a man is immersed in an abstract and panoramic journey through years of black oppression, seeing it through the eyes of those who lived it. This award-winning show, devised and performed by Marlon Andrew Burnley, is a movement based performance that attempts to explore the black experience in America.
Marlon Andrew Burnley is a third year MFA acting candidate at the University of Georgia. He received his BFA in Theatre from Indiana University South Bend where he performed in several productions such as: Execution of Justice, Pippin, and Kiss Me Kate. University of Georgia Theatre credits include: Aaron the Moor in Titus Andronicus, Mr. Antrobus in The Skin Of Our Teeth, Fires in the Mirror, and Reverend Packard in Mrs. Packard. Regional credits include Warwick/The Douglas in Henry IV and Master Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor at Notre Dame Shakespeare Theatre. Black in the Box was recently awarded both the Critics' Choice Award for Best Male Performance at the International Orlando Fringe Festival and Outstanding Male Performance at Indianapolis Fringe.