Loud. Black. Resident Part II: In Conversation With Marcus White By Arielle Julia Brown (9/2016)
“For Detroit Artists, Almost Anything Goes” – New York Times (7/2015)
Feature article about Marcus White’s involvement with the Nick Cave “Dance Lab” in Detroit and reflections of being an artist in Detroit
Review: Harvest Chicago Contemporary Dance Festival – Chicago Tribune (9/2014)
“Detroit’s Marcus White makes himself even more vulnerable in “Pearls.” A strong man of ambiguous sexuality, White ingeniously interacts with himself — especially his hands, wildly chattering into his face — and with heaps of rustling, glowing necklaces.” —
Review – Dance Panorama (2013)
White’s choreography is bold and it is quickly made clear that he is not afraid to push the audience out of its’ comfort zone to encourage contemplation.
From Yong Soon Kim, White Wave Dance (NYC):
“It was an ecstatic night of dance making and the company was proud to share the program with some of America’s most innovative companies including the Annielille Gavino-Kollmam, Nickolas Fields, Leah Fournier, Marcus White and Camille A. Brown & Dancers.