Marc Crousillat BFA '13 (Dance)

Marc Crousillat BFA ’13 (Dance) is a dancer based in New York City and a new member of Trisha Brown Dance Company. At the University of the Arts, he performed works by Sidra Bell, William Forsythe, Jesse Zaritt, Nicholas Leichter, Merce Cunningham, Curt Haworth and Iris Bouche, among others. Alongside performing, Marc has worked with choreographers and dancers in workshop environments like Doug Varone and Dancers, Shen Wei Dance Arts, Iris Erez, David Hernandez, Joanna Kotze, Merce Cunningham Dance Company, and Deborah Hay.

Throughout the past year, Marc has traveled to Vienna and Paris to continue his studies of the Forsythe modalities at Konservatorium Wien and Centre National de la Danse, to Brussels for the P.A.R.T.S. Final Selection, and to Venice to perform a work by Alessandro Sciarroni at La Biennale di Venezia. Marc is also focused on creating his own work with his collaborators Amanda Kmett’Pendry BFA ’13 (Dance) and Stephanie Crousillat, teaching and dancing in works by Katie Swords and Netta Yerushalmy.

He is inspired by his Cuban-Peruvian upbringing and figures like Robert Irwin, Wally Cardona, Haruki Murakami, Italo Calvino, Jerry Seinfeld, and more recently Ryan Trecartin and Pedro Almodóvar.