2016-0217_ITS_Marsha-KnightOn Wednesday, February 17, the Department of Dance and Movement welcomed Marsha Fay Knight of the University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance and the Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival In The Studio…

Ms. Knight is a Professor at the University of Wyoming where her primary responsibilities lie in the teaching of ballet, historical dance, choreography, and period movement for actors. Marsha’s full-evening productions include NUTCRACKER, COPPELIA, PULCINELLA and INANNA, QUEEN OF HEAVEN AND EARTH. Her experience also includes choreography for numerous short works and musical theatre productions. Marsha’s contemporary ballet OF A MIND was selected for presentation at the Kennedy Center in May 2006, through the adjudication process of the American College Dance Festival.

Ms. Knight also is a Director of the Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival which provides professional level training and performance for dancers ages 13 through adult. Dancers study with distinguished faculty from around the world and perform work set on them during the culminating Gala Performance.

Focusing on technique, Marsha Fay Knight spent the day working with DSA Dancers.