A native of Australia, Marc came to England as an actor. After thirteen successful West End productions which included Ziegfeld in Ziegfeld at the London Palladium, he moved on to fulfill his heart’s desire to direct. In the last twenty years he has directed over fifty productions consisting of musicals, operas, ballets and straight plays all over the world including over twenty-five productions for English Theatre, Frankfurt, Germany; twenty-two new musicals for The Brother Grimm Festival Hanau Germany (The Brothers Home Town) which toured to Japan and Russia; A Slice of Saturday Night in South Africa and Germany; An Evening with Gary Liniker, Woman in Black both in South Africa; A Most Auspicious Day in Miami FL, USA. Closer to home, Constance, The Kings Head London; A Slice of Saturday Night, Arts Theatre London; Final Warning, Donmar Warehouse; Cole Porter Anniversary Concert, Adelphi Theatre (co-direct); Yerma, Univ. of West London; He’s My Brother, Haymarket Theatre Leicester; Albert, Birmingham Rep Theatre; Side by Side by Sondheim, Theatre Royal Plymouth; Noel and Gertie, Pitlochry Festival Theatre; Cowardy Custard at Univ. of West London; The Bronte’s, UK National Tour. Marc teaches post graduate courses at the Central School of Speech and Drama where he has directed Into the Woods. and. He is director of Brighton Actors Workshop, and has directed over twenty productions at the Marlborough Theatre in Brighton.