Captivate | Connect | Engage

Nathan Coe Marsh:

“I need an old priest and a young priest. Wow. WOW!”

Tom Johnson, Multi-Emmy Award Winning Journalist, FOX 35?

As a corporate event entertainer: Nathan Coe Marsh has been seen on NBC, FOX, CBS, and on the season premiere of Penn & Teller’s hit national series Fool Us. Event Solutions Magazine chose Nathan as one of five finalists for Entertainment of the Year and MAGIC Magazine — an international trade journal for professional magicians — heralded his work as “A breath of fresh air.” Nathan has been seen in venues as diverse as the historic Grand Ballroom at the Hilton New York Midtown, the private yacht of NFL team owner Shah Khan, to a remote 18th century fort in the woods of Alberta, Canada, to stages in Las Vegas, and in over a dozen countries. Groups including Microsoft, GE, Jockey, Nestle, Cisco, Raymond James Financial, US Special Operations Command, among many others have worked with Nathan to captivate, engage, and fascinate their audiences at strategically critical events; and luxury cruise lines Silversea, Holland America Line, and Norwegian have relied on him as an international headline entertainer.

As a leader in the live event industry: Nathan Coe Marsh has served as Vice President of Education for the Greater Orlando Chapter of Meeting Professionals International and has written, produced, coordinated, hosted, and booked talent for industry events. He understands all sides of the event production equation and is an informed and connected collaborator; easy to work with off-stage, a show-stopper on-stage. With an extensive network in the meetings industry, Nathan takes pride in being able to connect his clients to the resources and professionals who can bring their events to the next level.

As a speaker and educator: Nathan Coe Marsh’s program The Fine Art of Audience Engagement takes event professionals behind the scenes of the design of an entertainment experience and applies the insight of a 21st Century traveling showman to the creation of live events that are more compelling, creative, and audience-centered. The talk has been presented for groups of event pros in the US and Canada (including at the 5,000 attendee The Special Event Conference and Trade Show), has been part of a University course in event planning, and was described by Savvy Event Planner Podcast as “event planning gold.” The talk has been approved by The International Special Event Society and by the Convention Industry Council as continuing education for those seeking their Certified Meeting Professional designation.

As an engaged member of the community: Nathan has provided outreach performances for a free health screening fair in inner-city Baltimore; for residents at the Ronald McDonald House; for homeless military veterans as part of Operation Stand Down; and spent a year as a professional member of the Laughter Unlimited humor therapy program of The Circus Arts Conservatory — bringing moments of joy and connection to those in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and hospitals on a daily basis. He has performed for American troops overseas as part of Armed Forces Entertainment’s Operation Magic All-Stars.

Nathan Coe Marsh holds a B.A. in Philosophy | History of Mathematics from St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland. He lives in Orlando, Florida.