Lara Marsh is very active in the theatre scene in Omaha day and night. Her passion lies in directing and stage management in different theatres throughout the metro area.
Some of her directing credits include: Stop Kiss, A Winter Beauty and Mother, Tree, Cat for SNAP! Productions; The Bear for VLA Productions; and Camelot for the Bellevue Little Theatre. She also directed the short play, American Plaza in representation of the John Beasley Theatre for the Great Plains Theatre Conference 2007.
Some of her stage management credits include the Great Plains Theatre Conference 2006 and 2007, including the Horton Foote Trip to Bountiful evening for the conference in 2007; The Sound of Music, Visiting Mr. Green, Always…Patsy Cline, Communicating Doors, The Dark of the Top of the Stairs and, currently, The Crucible for the Omaha Community Playhouse; Seascape, The Santaland Diaries, Six Degrees of Separation and The Pillowman for the BlueBarn Theatre, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Othello, Richard III and Antony and Cleopatra for the Nebraska Shakespeare Festival; The Grass Harp for the Bellevue Little Theatre and The Aksarben Coronation 2002–2007.
Marsh holds a B.A. in Dramatic Arts from the University of Nebraska–Omaha and is employed with the Nebraska Theatre Caravan/Omaha Community Playhouse. She coordinates the national tours of A Christmas Carol for the Caravan while also coordinating the apprenticeship program for the Playhouse.
Marsh won the Omaha´s Finest Award 2005 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. She is married to her wonderful husband Craig and has five step-children. Marsh adores animals, including her three cats, and loves the Green Bay Packers, Elvis Presley and traveling.