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Marjie is looking forward to spending her summer in the cast of Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth at the 2019 Berkshire Theatre Festival.

Directed by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winner David Auburn, the show will run from July 11 to August 3 on the Fitzpatrick Main Stage in Stockbridge, MA.

Tickets available here!


Marjie will play a lead in an episode for Season 3 of Investigation Discovery’s Shattered, shooting this month to air in late 2019.


Marjie was one of four actors in a new play at Columbia University School of the Arts, Apšu at Dusk, February 8-10 at Schapiro Theatre. The Russian family drama was written by Columbia MFA playwright Andrey Uspenskiy and directed by Jacob Basri.


Marjie guest starred in an episode of Investigation Discovery’s series 1990s: The Deadliest Decade.

The episode, “A House in the Woods,” aired Monday, January 14, 9pm EST.

nov / dec

Marjie was thrilled to play Judy Haynes in WHITE CHRISTMAS at La Comedia Dinner Theatre this holiday season, from November 1-December 31, in Springboro, Ohio.

"Marjie Shrimpton seems to pop right out of the 1950s, perfectly fitting an endearing, girl-next-door persona that works well for Judy, and she shows strong vocal and dance skills.”
- Cincinnati Regional Review by Scott Cain for Talkin’ Broadway

Sep / Oct

In September, Marjie brought her solo cabaret WHAT WOULD JUDY DO? home to Minnesota! She first performed in her hometown, Grand Rapids (home of Judy too!), on Saturday, September 29 at the Reif Center to wonderful reception, accompanied by local musicians Susan Hoolihan on piano and Butch Schmidt on bass.

Her second MN performance took place on Tuesday, October 2 at Bryant-Lake Bowl & Theater in downtown Minneapolis, with a sold-out audience to boot! She was accompanied by Minneapolis-based jazz pianist Ted Godbout and featured guitarist Zach Mullan.


What Would Judy Do? Marjie Shrimpton’s Cabaret at the Reif Center - Radio interview with Heidi Holtan and Scott Hall for KAXE/KBXE, Sep. 27, 2018

A star is born? ‘What Would Judy Do?’ salutes legendary Minnesota native Garland - By Chris Hewitt, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Sep. 19, 2018


On Thursday, July 19 at 7pm, Marjie sang for a second time at the Museum of the City of New York for a program of "Unexpected Pairings: Beer and Chocolate," featuring discussion and tasting of Harlem Blue brews and chocolate from the Harlem Chocolate Factory. Henry Koperski accompanied.

Watch a video selection here!

May / june

Marjie was thrilled to join a team of ASTEP Volunteer Teaching Artists in India this spring! She taught musical theatre for an arts camp at Shanti Bhavan Children's Project for 3 weeks in May and June with a team of 9 other volunteers. Shanti Bhavan is a residential school in rural India that provides education for children from India’s lowest castes who would not otherwise have adequate learning opportunities. The school supports the children in all aspects from age 4 through their college years. ASTEP (Artists Striving to End Poverty) partners with the school to provide arts education to enhance the students’ social and emotional development. Marjie had an incredible experience and cannot wait to teach with ASTEP again.


On Monday, March 12, at 7pm, Marjie played a lead in "It's Just Not Important" at Emerging Artists Theatre's 20th Annual New Work Series at the TADA Theatre in Chelsea. The short play, written and directed by Joan Forster, centers on the theme of #MeToo and the conversations we are all having about and because of this important movement.

On Saturday, March 10, Marjie filmed a musical scene for the upcoming indie film What Are We?, written and directed by Jonah Feingold. Marjie is Associate Choreographer to Brandon Powers for the scene, and will also be a featured dancer.

On Saturday, March 3, Marjie played Mariana and Abhorson in a Shakesbeer Players production of Measure for Measure-- a rousing good time.


On Friday, February 23, from 7-9pm, Marjie performed 1940s-era Big Band hits at the Museum of the City of New York for "New York's Golden Ice Age" while skaters from the Ice Theatre of New York performed on an indoor synthetic rink. The event accompanied the Museum's current exhibition, New York on Ice: Skating in the City.


"...Shrimpton really shined, showing her magnificent potential as a performer."
-- Cabaret Scenes Magazine, Jan. 31, 2018

On January 26, Marjie performed her solo cabaret debut to a SOLD OUT audience in WHAT WOULD JUDY DO? at The Duplex Cabaret Theatre downtown. With Judy Garland as muse, she sang old and new, and shared stories and memories of one the greatest talents in American history.

The evening featured collaborations with incredible guest artists, including Lauren Patten (Fun Home) and Daniel Emond (Great Comet, Lion and Spaniel, The Blue Eyed Bettys).

Directed and co-conceived by Michael Pesce
Accompanied by Max Gordon (The Band's Visit)

Watch songs from the show here!