Social Issues Performing Artist
Authentic. Powerful. Honest.
Live In your Truth and Encompass your power
Marlene McKenzie is a Social Issues performing artists and is also the Founder and Creative Director of Mooville Theatre (CIC registered 2014).
Marlene graduated from Birmingham Theatre School in 2004. Since graduating, Marlene's performances include:
Birmingham REP Theatre, Coventry Belgrade Theatre, Language Alive/The Play House, Women & Theatre, The Drum Arts, ICU Transformational Arts, The Other Way Works, Open Stage Productions, Kajans, Letters To Eric, and The Shaw Theatre. Part of the Blacktress Theatre festival. She played Mother in Inside Out, Short film that won at the Black International Film Festival and Marlene performed in the BBC Drama, written by Lenny Henry and filmed by Red Productions, Danny and the Human Zoo, as Valda Graham.
Apart from working as an actress, mentor and one to coach Marlene loves working with children and young people and hence why Mooville was established to set up the M.A.I project. Mooville Arts Initiative, believing every young person deserves to access arts.
“Creativity is the source of healing the experiences that you face it is what shapes you to the artist that gives you creative freedom of speech.”