Kansas City native, Marlow Wyatt is a magna cum laude graduate of Howard University’s Theater Arts Department. She is an actor and playwright.
Acting credits:Eight Nights (Antaeus Theater), 90011 South Central Speakeasy (Antaeus Theater), Isolation Inn (Moving Arts), Insurrection: Holding History (Celebration Theater), Private Battle (Watts Village Theater Co.) A Raisin in the Sun (Ira Aldridge Theater), Film: Ronnie: The Killer Next Door (Sundance), Riot (Showtime).
Playwright: SHE (2021 Latino Theater Company World Premiere, Theater Alliance-Washington DC-staged reading, Long Beach Playhouse New Works winner), Mourning of the Sons: Spirit Lives (Theater at the Museum at LACMA), Robbin, from the Hood (MADLab-Los Angeles, Bootleg Theater -reading), 50in50: Letters to our Daughters (Kimble Theater, Billie Holliday Theater (NY), WACO Theater-Los Angeles), Sweeties Confession (Fade to Black Festival-Houston, Nesona Festival-Los Angeles), Say Something (AWOT Festival-Los Angeles), Red Ribbons (National Black Theater Festival A List Reading Series w/University of Louisville theater students),American Dreamers (St. Brigid Benefit), The Girl Blue Project (Hayworth Theater, El Camino Theater-LACC), Red Ribbons-TV series pilot (2019 2nd round finalist-Orchard Project Episodic Lab).
Wyatt is a 2018 Many Voices Fellowship finalist, 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 and Spirited Woman Grant recipient. Memberships include: Dramatists Guild, Playwrights Union, Alliance for Los Angeles Playwrights, Antaeus Playwrights Lab, AEA, SAG/Aftra, D.I.V.A. Inc. Society for Women in the Arts.