Marjorie Mann has been acting, singing, dancing, and writing all of her life. She also brings her creative talents and skills to the producing-directing table. She understands character arc, story arc and the objectives inherent in making a memorable film. Heartwarming stories that have Black historical impact and inspire and empower audiences are Marjorie’s passion.
Marjorie has penned two full-length screenplays and a short documentary for the film festival circuit, as well as writing, directing, and performing in many theatrical works.
Marjorie is a member of Women in Film, SAG-AFTRA and AEA unions. She hails from Detroit and is a University of Michigan graduate. She has lived and worked on both coasts, as well as in Europe.
MY MAMA CAN DANCE, THE VERA MANN STORY
The story of my mother and dance mentor and her adventures on tour with the Dancing Dyerettes. Their thrilling performances at the Apollo and other theaters made them a highly coveted act. When a horrible accident threatens to derail their group, how will they cope? Can these talented, high-kicking, precision-tapping cocoa-colored beauties overcome adversity and rely on their bond of sisterhood to return to the spotlight…and beyond?