High School Workshops Manager
Marc graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature. After experiencing Project SUCCESS in his Middle and High Schools, Marc stayed involved during college by volunteering with their middle school musicals and BWCA experiences and joined the staff in 2012. He is passionate about youth performance, and created an annual talent night at St. Joan of Arc, which benefits youth homelessness outreach organizations. He also performs in musical groups throughout the Twin Cities and is excited to continue this new phase of his life with an organization that helped him be who he is today.
OutKast, Johnny Cash, Mr. Hudson, Childish Gambino, Coldplay, Kanye West, Why?, Justin Timberlake, Beck
If you had to pick a theme song that would play every time you entered the room, what would it be?
Who Gon’ Stop Me by Jay-Z & Kanye West …that, or Daybreak by Michael Haggins
Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. I also recently enjoyed Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
Labyrinth, Hamlet 2, The Great Mouse Detective, Clue
Fat Lorenzo’s Penne Alfredo or Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup.
“Life is like playing a violin solo in public and learning the instrument as one goes on.” – Samuel Butler
Favorite subjects in school:
Probably Band Class. I also was on Newspaper, and really enjoyed my time on the South High Southerner.
Favorite theater experience:
Seeing Avenue Q live on Broadway
Favorite Project SUCCESS workshop:
Survivor. A well done Survivor workshop beats out any other hands down.
Your ultimate vacation destination:
Iceland. They have geysers and hot springs and puffins! I love puffins.
If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
Regenerative healing, like Wolverine. That would be so cool.
The most influential person in your life/favorite teacher or mentor:
Brian FitzGerald, my AP US History Teacher and Doug Berglund, my Government Teacher
What you wanted to be when you grew up:
A pterodactyl. Seriously, I wanted to be a pterodactyl.