Marc is a Brooklyn and Dublin-based director, originally from Ireland, the UK and Catalonia. Recently, Marc directed Outlying Islands by David Greig (Connelly Theater, New York & Samuel Beckett Theatre, Dublin), the world premiere of Last Night in Inwood by Alix Sobler (Signature Theater Centre, New York), Zelda and Scott by Bethie Fowler (Atlantic Theater Studio, New York), Chuck Mee’s Big Love (Samuel Beckett Theatre, Dublin) and a new adaptation of Antigone created for and with Limerick Youth Theatre for their 20th Anniversary Production. Marc co-founded the company Sugarglass whose work has been presented internationally, including the Irish Premiere of Tender Napalm by Philip Ridley (Project Arts Centre, Dublin), All Hell Lay Beneath (Dublin Fringe Festival/Irish Times Cultural Highlight of 2012), Five Minutes Later by Ellen Flynn (The Lir Academy) and Ethica: Four Shorts by Samuel Beckett which was presented in the Residence of the Irish President to celebrate International Human Rights Day (Krastyo Theatre Bulgaria/ Happy Days Festival Enniskillen/Áras an Uachtaráin).
Marc's Assistant and Associate Director credits include working with Anne Bogart at SITI Company; Joe Murphy and Lisa Dwan at The Old Vic and The Abbey Theatre; Daniel Fish at BAM and COIL Festival; and Ivo van Hove at Toneelgroep Amsterdam and the Rhurtriennale. Marc was the Associate Director for Selina Cartmell’s inaugural production at The Gate Theatre, The Great Gatsby.
Marc was awarded the Jennifer Johnston Directing Bursary and, as Shubert Presidential Scholar, was fully funded to study for his MFA in directing under the mentorship of Anne Bogart at Columbia University, from where he graduated in 2016.