Amy G. Marshall
Adjunct Associate Professor of Drama and Dance
Emily Lowe Hall 102
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Degrees: BA, 1992, Goucher Coll
Amy Marshall was born in Kyoto, Japan, and raised in Sandwich, New Hampshire, where she began her formal training. In 1992 she received a B.A. in Dance and Theater with Honors in dance from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. Moving to New York City shortly thereafter, Marshall has since performed in the companies of esteemed choreographers Paul Taylor and David Parsons. While a member of these companies, she taught master classes and residencies throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. Marshall has also taught in New York City helping to develop a new program installing performing arts into the public school curriculum. She formed the Amy Marshall Dance Company in 2000. Marshall has set her repertoire on colleges around the country, including Goucher College, Stockton University, Webster University, Plymouth State University, Winthrop University, The Hartt School, and Dartmouth College. In 2002, Winthrop University commissioned the creation of Marshall’s Sentido de Mujer for a gala honoring the venerated Broadway costume designer, William Ivey Long. Marshall has served on the panel of adjudicators for the American College Dance Festival, Joyce SoHo Presents, DanzJam, and SCAPHERD.