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Wyzeman Marshall (Hudson, New Hampshire, September 26, 1816 – December 6, 1896) was a stage actor in New York City and Boston between the 1820s and 1870s, as well as a teacher of oration and elocution. He often shared the same stage with Edwin Booth, noted brother of assassin John Wilkes Booth.
Life and career
Sometime in the early 1860s, Marshall managed the Howard Athenaeum in Boston.
In 1863 and 1864 the Boston Theater was under the management of Wyzeman Marshall.
From the Harvard News: Secure your tickets for the grand musical and literary entertainment at Union Hall, Thursday evening, Jan. 17, 1884, at Brock and Leavitt's. Talent-Germania Orchestra; Thomas Henry, cornetist; Wyzeman Marshall, elocutionist; Mrs. E. A. Taylor, soprano; Lotos Glee Club.
Actors/Actresses who studied under Wyzeman Marshall
Charlotte Blair Parker (1858–1937)
Wyzeman Marshall had a brother named Leonard who published a book in 1854, titled Hunter's Glee, dedicated to Wyzeman. Containing many references in the German language, the book included music composed by Leonard Marshall.