Marc Petrocci is proud to enter his 11th season with Milwaukee Ballet. He received his formal ballet training under the direction of David Moroni at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School. Before graduating in 2002, Petrocci was awarded the prestigious Prince Edward Award, honoring his excellence and dedication to the balletic art form. His favorite roles have included James in La Sylphide, Bugle Boy in Company B, Mercutio in Michael Pink’s Romeo & Juliet and Puck in Bruce Wells’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He has also performed in works by Val Caniparoli, Maurice Causey, Alejandro Cerrudo, Brock Clawson, Mark Godden, Matthew Neenan, Lila York, John Utans, Trey McIntyre and many others. In 2005, Petrocci had the privilege of dancing with the Trey McIntyre Project’s inaugural season, performing at the Vail International Dance Festival, the Aspen Dance Festival and Jacob’s Pillow, and was featured in the world premiere of Trey McIntyre’s ballet Hymn at the 13th annual Fire Island Dance Festival in 2007. Petrocci was privileged to have the role of Peter Pan created on him by Michael Pink for its world premiere in 2010 and had the distinct pleasure of reprising the role in 2012. After his recent marriage to Milwaukee Ballet Artist Courtney Kramer, Petrocci is embracing his new lifelong role as husband.