Gregg Hurley, MFA
Lecturer in Dance
Gregg Hurley is a graduate of Hofstra University and the University of Arizona School of Dance MFA program with an emphasis in choreography and performance. Hurley had the privilege of dancing two works choreographed and originally performed by Douglas Nielsen, Make Someone Happy (solo) and Four Bits (duet). He also danced in the reconstruction of Doug Berkey’s trio, Blind Date presented by Art.If.Act. He is a scholarship student of the Harvard Summer Dance Center, studying with Donald Byrd, David Dorfman, Joe Goode, Ralph Lemon, Victoria Marks, Elizabeth Streb, and Lance Westergard. He performed internationally in the musical revue, The Best of Broadway and nationally in the 50th Anniversary tour of the musical, Oklahoma! He spent over eleven years as the resident choreographer and assistant director at Sight and Sound Theatres where he was creatively involved in the premiere productions of Abraham and Sarah, Daniel, Ruth, Psalms of David, In the Beginning, and Voices of Christmas. Most recently, he performed as the Cow Skull in the world premiere production of Georgia O’Keefe: A Woman On Paper. He currently holds dance adjunct positions at Messiah College and Lancaster Bible College.
Marie Cleaves Rothacker, MA
Adjunct Instructor of Dance
Marie Cleaves Rothacker performs locally with the Grant Street Dance Company and Rev9.