Annie recently wrote music for two female power musicals that were performed at 54 Below in NYC for Hatched. She won"Best Leading Actress in a Musical" at the 2017 Annual Wilmington Star News Theater Awards for her portrayal of Lady of the Lake in Monty Python's Spamalot.
On January 14th, she will be performing in "Next Generation Showcase" at The Lyric Stage Company of Boston.
February 28th-March10th she will be staring as Patsy Cline in "Always... Patsy Cline" the Musical at Thalian Hall Center of Performing Arts in Wilmington, NC.
"The show has quite a few funny moments, mostly delivered by the wonderfully talented Annie Marsh (some may recognize her from her appearance on “The Voice” last season). The 18-year-old is years beyond talent, not only in her quite mature singing voice but in her grasp of character acting. I love seeing her onstage.
Here, she shines in a comedic fashion."
-ENCORE Magazing (Into The Woods review)
"All Shook Up’s ensemble of triple-threats do absolutely terrific work each
and everyone, with VOCAL
SNAPS to Marsh’s
-Stage Scene LA
"She was fantastic as Eponine! I have seen the stage preformance of Les Miserables in New York, London and the traveling show many times. I would stack her up gainst any of those performances.Her "On My Own" made me cry."
-Rhonda Stroud (Audience Member)
"I am originally from NYC and have seen Les Miserables on Broadway 7 times.
I have no problem admitting that Annie Marsh was by far my favorite Eponine. She personified the character and her performance of
"On My Own" gave me chills. Spectacular!"
-Melody Kristensen (Audience Member)
From the Audience...
"And it's impossible not to love Annie Marsh's irrepressible
portrayal of Ado Annie; her rendition of
"I Can't Say No" is priceless."
-Wilmington Star News (Oklahoma! review)
"Annie Marsh tackles Penny’s goofy and gullible demure forthright.
She also sings with groundbreaking pitch, proving her
a wonderchild of a vocalist. Folks will love her in
“Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now" and "Without Love."
-ENCORE Newspaper (Hairspray review)
"Marsh manages a few calisthenics with her voice reminiscent of divas like Christina aguilera- only she does so with more class
-ENCORE Newspaper (Little Shop of horrors review)