Marc A. Gonzalez I Fresno, CA

Thursday, August 27 @ 9pm EDT/ 6pm PDT

FringeLiveStream Presents - MERELY A PLAYER by Marc A. Gonzalez

A bro. An academic. A son in mourning. A theatre nerd. A groom. Five different people, or just one? The journey of a twenty-something who discovers all these personalities fit into one person.

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"In a heartfelt and beautifully written and directed performance, Gonzalez offers us a glimpse into his inner sanctum--"

Donald Munro, The Munro Review

"Merely a Player will make you think, smile, laugh, and maybe even cry a little. It is beautiful, fun, and even inspiring."

Lorie Lewis Ham, Kings River Life Magazine

Tune into 20 minutes before showtime, sit back and enjoy!

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Marc is thrilled to be bringing Merely a Player to FringeLive Stream after having debuted it earlier this year at the Rogue Festival in Fresno, CA. Though Merely a Player serves as Marc's debut as a playwright and as a solo-show actor, he has previously worked in the Central Valley with Good Company Players, Playhouse Merced, Children's Musical Theaterworks, and StageWorks Fresno. Originally from the Bay Area, Marc had the pleasure of working with Coastal Repertory Theatre, Contra Costa Musical Theatre, Pacifica Spindrift Players, Foothill Music Theatre, Palo Alto Players, Broadway by the Bay, and South Bay Musical Theatre. Marc received his A.A. in Theatre Arts-Acting from Foothill College, his teaching credential from San Francisco State University, and is a proud drama teacher in the Fresno Unified District. Marc would like to thank his family and friends for their ongoing support. Special thanks given to Walter M. Mayes, Allison Gonzalez, Julie Lucido, Christopher Hoffman, Gary Craig Schoenfeld, and Dominic Grijalva, all of whom played integral roles in bringing Merely a Player to the stage.