“Marc Crousillat was outstanding, his spine and torso showing the full power of the movement.” Alastair Macaulay, The New York Times.

Crousillat, lean and tall, was loose and languid one minute and brutal and attacking the next; he’s one of those dancers who move through space with such easy force that you don’t know how they went from there to there without your noticing.” Andrew Boynton, The New Yorker.

“Moments stood out: In “Set and Reset,” Marc Crousillat had an effortlessly sensual solo in which his body, as peaceful as a tree, suddenly spun down to the floor in a somersault.” Gia Kourlas, The New York Times.

“If I seem glib in my mention of these, it’s because I can’t take my eyes or my mind off Crousillat. Wearing a short red tunic, he dances. And dances and dances and dances.” Deborah Jowitt, Arts Journal.

photo by bea helman

photo by bea helman