Awards & Honors

Beth Marshall’s awards/honors include:
2022: The Inclusivity Project’s production of The Murray Method won The Inclusivity Award from Orlando Fringe

2022: Beth Marshall awarded certificate of Extraordinary Leadership & Direction of That Kindness by V. at Daytona State College from Falcon Hope Center

2021: Looped  at Garden Theatre, Critics’ Choice Nominee-Best Director-Comedy

2020: The DownTEENers was awarded an Awesome Grant.

2019: girl. is awarded Critic’s Choice for Best Drama at the Orlando Fringe Festival and Best of Fest 2019 by the Orlando Sentinel

2019: Save Me, Dolly Parton Official selection for Winter Mini-Fringe

2018: The Lieutenant of Inishmore is awarded Critic’s Picks Best of The Best Winners of 2018 (Top Production, Best Director Mark Routhier, Best Leading Actor Nominee Zach Lane, Best Featured Actor Joseph Fabian)

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

2018: Save Me, Dolly Parton Patron’s Pick for Orlando Fringe

2018: Commencement Official selection for Winter Mini-Fringe

2017: Commencement Critic’s Choice Best Drama for Orlando Fringe

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.