Awards & Honors

Beth Marshall’s awards/honors include:

2018: Beth Marshall is named an “Arts Innovator of the week” from the Creative City Project.

2017: Beth Marshall is one of “Fourteen People Making Orlando a Better Place” according to the Orlando Weekly

2016: The Glass Menagerie voted one of the Top Theatrical Productions of 2016 by Matt Palm of Orlando Sentinel

2016: Djerassi Artists Program recipient

2015: Best Orlando Fringe Drama- Hoodies Audience Choice Awards

2014: Top Most Fascinating People of Central Florida- Orlando Sentinel

2014: Best Top Ten Plays in Orlando 2014 (33 Variations and Manzi’s Ladies of Eola Heights) Matt Palm Orlando Sentinel

2014: Best Supporting Actor- Becky Eck 33 Variations– Awards

2014: Best Original Production- Alice Lost in Wonderland by Rob Win Anderson- Awards

2013: Honored Panelist for the National Women in Theatre Conference

2011-2013: Orlando Arts Ambassador- National New Play Network

2012: United Arts Professional Development Artists Grant for Commencement

2011, 2010 and 2009: Arts Advocate Award -Orlando Weekly

2011: John Goring Award/Playwright’s Round Table- LifeTime Arts Achievement Award

2010: Producers Award- London Fringe

2009: United Arts A+ Excellence Award for Community Engagement (Orlando Fringe)

2005-2011: Best Festival in Orlando- Orlando Fringe (Orlando Weekly)

2008: Top 25 Festivals in Florida- Orlando Fringe- Sky Magazine

2008: United Arts Professional Development Artists Grant Awardee for The Bric-A-Brac Vintage Vagabond Variety Show

2007: Bank of America- Orlando LOCAL HERO award

2007: United Arts A+ Award for Operational Excellence for an Arts Administrator

2007: United Arts A+ Award for Best Marketing Strategy-Orlando Fringe

2007: United Arts Excellence Award for Fringe Marketing Strategy for Orlando Fringe organization

Nominee for the 2007 Association of Fundraising Professional Excellence in Fundraising award

2006: WaterMark award for being one of the 35 most influential people in Orlando under the age of 35

1996: Kip Weiner Award for for AIDS Awareness Thru Art

1995: Kansas City Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress

1992: Best Actress Award- Iowa CCB

1992: Best Actress Award- Critics Choice ISA

More than anything, Beth’s favorite roles are those of mother, wife and friend.