Faculty & Staff

Kasson Marroquin
Lecturer, Stage Management
Degrees & Accomplishments
MFA in Stage Management, University of California San Diego
BFA in Theatre with an emphasis in Stage Management; minor in English, University of North Texas
Actors' Equity Association Member, part of Gender Inclusive Contract Language Working Group

Kasson Marroquin is an AEA stage manager, show-caller, deck manager, and overall creative freelancer who is from in and around Austin and Dallas, TX, and is based in New York City. Off-Broadway and regionally, Marroquin has collaborated with companies including Playwrights Horizons, MCC Theater, Soho Rep., Signature Theatre, the Park Avenue Armory, the National Asian American Theatre Company, The Public Theater, Rattlestick Theater, Fiasco Theater, Hartford Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, Spoleto Festival USA, Shakespeare Dallas, Kitchen Dog Theater, Contemporary Theatre of Dallas, and Theatre Three. Marroquin’s dance experience includes work with the American Dance Festival, Cora Dance, Battery Dance, Park Cities Dance, and five years with Pilobolus, stage managing domestic and international tours, summer festivals, and a run at the Joyce Theater, as well as co-developing and co-teaching a dance-centric stage management curriculum. Some of Marroquin’s event work includes MCC Theater’s Miscast, Primary Stages Gala, the Queer Liberation March Rally, Yo-Yo Ma’s Day of Action, The Good Place Activation at San Diego Comic-Con, Symphony at the Salk with Leslie Odom Jr., and corporate conferences.