Marlowe was named one of the 1996 Outstanding Chicagoans in the Arts by the Chicago Tribune and was nominated for the TCG Alan Schneider Award. Most recently, she directed critically acclaimed midwest premieres for Organic Touchstone Company, including Moonlight, Taking Sides, The Steward of Christendom, Aristocrats and Racing Demon. Regional credits include: The Real Thing, The Seagull, The Wild Duck, Summer and Smoke, Design for Living, and Hedda Gabler. Ms. Marlowe worked with Edward Albee while directing Tiny Alice and received a Jeff Award as director for a Moon for the Misbegotten. She earned her MFA from Goodman School of Drama and received the Distinguished Alumni Award from DePaul in 1992. She is a Board Member of The League of Chicago Theatres, on the Theatre Advisory Panel of Northwestern University, and a past member of the Theatre Panel of the Illinois Arts Council.