Welcome to Beth Marshall Presents!

Our Mission

Beth Marshall Presents is a 14 year old independent nomadic theatre company based in Orlando Florida, committed to producing theatre that challenges our audiences, deeply explores the human condition and amplifies voices with a special focus on contemporary and newer works, original premieres, socio-political dramas,  touring festival circuits and bridging the gap for emerging artists transitioning to professional theatre.


Beth Marshall Presents (BMP)  is owned and operated by a female-identifying bisexual human using she/her pronouns in a straight-presenting marriage. Our small indie production company is fully committed to equal treatment for all. There is and shall be no discrimination based on race, color, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion or religious denomination, or lack thereof, nation of origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other federal, state, or local protected class.



Beth Marshall Presents was created from inception in 2008 with the intention of being a place for Black/BIPOC artists to feel safe to create theatre and to give platform to amplify their artistic and political voices thru art and artistic protest and to be represented on and off stage. 

BMP acknowledges many missteps and failures along the way and is both deeply sorry and fully committed to continue to evolve, listen, reflect, grow, work to amplify, be a better ally and accomplice in the arts and beyond. We aim for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging in all areas on the stage, behind the scenes, at the meeting tables and in our educational and coaching programs. We strive with a sense of urgency and ongoing process to meet the demands of the We See You Movement (link) https://www.weseeyouwat.com/demands and have signed The Central Florida Entertainment Advocacy Public Accountability Pledge. (link https://www.cfeanow.org/accountability-pledge.html)


BMP is a nomadic theatre company presenting and teaching art in a variety of venues largely in Greater Orlando but not limited to the State of Florida, The United States or North America; Therefore we opt to do live or recorded specific land acknowledgements at each of our presenting venues or spaces that honors the respective Tribe’s land we are on.

Since our home base is currently in Florida, we recognize the land of Indigenous people many of whom lost their lives to genocide and were forced to leave their land, the land held by the Ais, Apalachee, Calusa, Timucua and Tocobago Tribes. The Seminole Tribe of Florida and the Miccosukee (me-co-sue-key) Tribe of Indians of Florida are two of three federally recognized Seminole nations, along with the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. Currently there are six Seminole Tribes of Florida reservations across the state of Florida and we honor all of them and encourage all to adopt a policy of Land Acknowledgement, education, reflection, and philanthropic contribution.