Since the mid-1980s, Susan Marshall has been known for an innovative body of work that blends virtuosic athleticism, ordinary movement, and gesture. She has long focused on multidisciplinary collaborations, now totaling more than 40 works made in partnership with musicians, visual artists, and designers. As one example, composer Philip Glass invited Marshall to work with him on Les Enfants Terribles, the final part of an operatic trilogy inspired by the works of Jean Cocteau. In addition to projects with her company, Marshall serves as Director of Dance at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. She has a long history of Pillow connections, including studies in The School at Jacob’s Pillow in the 1970s, the creation of Kiss in 1987, and the creative residency that led to the creation of The Most Dangerous Room in the House.