Collaborators

Kyle Marshall

is a dancer and dance maker working in New York City and New Jersey. Kyle currently dances with Doug Elkins Choreography Etc. and is an apprentice for the Trisha Brown Dance Company.  In the past, Kyle has worked with: Tiffany Mills Company, Ryan McNamara, Heidi Latsky, and was a founding member of 10 Hairy Legs. Kyle recently assisted choreographer David Neumann on the musical The Total Bent at the Public Theater. In order to support his dance making, he organized Kyle Marshall Choreography in 2014. Since that time, he has received residencies, commissions and continues to perform throughout the NJ/NY area including: Jacob’s Pillow Inside/Out (MA), DanceNow Joe’s Pub, NJPAC, Montclair Dance Festival (NJ), Movement Research at Judson Church, Jersey City Theater Center, Conduit Dance (PDX), Wassaic Arts Project (NY), Triskelion Arts and Dixon Place. Kyle has been a guest lecturer at Montclair University, Fordham University and engages in annual educational outreaches at Trenton Central and Bayonne High School. Kyle graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rutgers University with a BFA in Dance and resides in Jersey City. 

Kyle

Oluwadamilare (Dare) Ayorinde

is a dancer and aspiring choreographer from New Jersey. He has worked with Colleen Thomas, Bill Young, and Netta Yerushalmy. He has also collaborated with Miriam Gabriel and Carlo Antonio Villanueva within their shared aritstic ideas and apprentices with the Trisha Brown Dance Company.

Bria Symoné Bacon (apprentice)

a New Jersey native, is a graduate of Mason Gross School of the Arts – Rutgers University c/o 2017. Pursuing multiple passions, Bacon has completed her first year of graduate school at Rutgers University towards her EdM (Masters of Dance Education). While her professional performance career is in its beginning stages she has had the opportunity to perform works by Bill T. Jones, Ellen Cornfield, and Kyle Abraham, among others. She is elated by her invitation to join the Stephen Petronio Company!

Myssi Robinson

is an artist from Richmond, VA.  Along with Kyle Marshall Choreography,  she currently explores with Baye and Asa, Katelyn Halpern, and Meagan Woods.  Her fine art work has been shown at Crushed Muffins IV, BUMP through Harlem, the Jersey City Theater Center, and Bloomsbury Square Cafe.  Myssi lives in Jersey City and dreams constantly of her forest escape.

Miriam (mimi) Gabriel

is a dancer, creator and caregiver. She currently collaborates with Carlo Antonio Villanueva and Zora Schiltz-Rouse, dances for Lindy Fines’ GREYZONE and works with Jenny Gordon. She also enjoys being a production assistant and currently works with Kyle Marshall and Malcolm Betts. 

Nicholas Sciscione

was a “2017 NY Bessie Award Nominated” performer, born and raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey. He graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. He has performed works by Benoit-Swan Pouffer, Randy James, Xiao-xiong Zhang, Danielle Agami, and Ohad Naharin. He has worked with Joshua Beamish, Nimbus Dance Works and was a founding member of 10 Hairy Legs. Sciscione joined Stephen Petronio Company in 2011 and has been the assistant to the director since 2016.

Monica Gonzalez

designs and maintains the website for Kyle Marshall Choreography and is a performer who currently resides in Jersey City, NJ. She dances the role of "Lucy" in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe with 10HL Projects and regularly performs with Robert Mark Dance. She attended Rutgers University with a presidential scholarship and graduated with a BFA in Dance and a Minor in Art History.


 

Past Collaborators

Derek Crescenti
Molly Galbraith
Kelli McGovern
Meagan Woods
Morgan Preston
Sarah Lifson
Nick Sciscione
Carlo Antonio Villanueva

photos by All Things Brooklyn