Photo by Maria Baranova.

Thingamajig Theatre is proud to bring Craig MacArthur back to our stage in the one-man drama, Marrow, written by Brian Quirk, a playwright featured in Thingamajig Theatre’s 2018 Playwrights Festival, and presented in collaboration with Resolve Productions.

Marrow runs October 13, 14, 15, 19, and 20 at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts.  Evening shows at 7pm.  Sunday show at 3pm.


Recovering from a vicious hate-inspired physical beating, a gay artist takes a euphoric journey through his memories, as he tries to reassemble his shattered body and mind, in a work that is beautiful, visceral, sensual, blazingly honest and darkly humorous. The Seattle Times called it a ‘wild tour de force.’

With direction by well-known returner Melissa Firlit (Jekyll and Hyde, West Side Story); with beloved Laine Wong (Tommy, Jekyll & Hyde, Ring of Fire, Thoroughly Modern Millie) returning as the lighting designer after a too long hiatus; as well as Sound Design by the incredible Matt Bittner (Sound Designer for Men on Boats, Actor in Pillowman) Marrow’s creative team is one for the books.