Marianne Grossmann (acting, repertory, audition prep, social media manager) is currently a student at Western Connecticut State University’s BFA Musical Theatre program and will be graduating in 2024. 

Marianne grew up in the Bangor area and studied at the School of Robinson Ballet since she was in kindergarten, later joining the Company in a variety of productions. She was previously on the directing team at Next Generation Theatre, where she choreographed shows ranging from “She Loves Me,” to “Legally Blonde.” Additionally, she has been a camp counselor for Penobscot Theatre Company’s Dramatic Academy Summer programs, where she had the opportunity to play the role of ‘Eponine’ in “Les Miserables.” Before graduating from John Bapst Memorial High School, she got to choreograph for the spring musical all four years and was the student director of “Macbeth” as a senior. In 2019, she made her professional debut as 'Lisa' in Penobscot Theatre Company's high-energy production of "Mamma Mia!” 

Prior to transferring, she danced in a student choreographed show, was in the ensemble of "Head Over Heels,” and got to dance in a student film at Sarah Lawrence College. In 2020, she virtually attended Boston Conservatory’s Musical Theatre Dance Intensive (MTDI) for three weeks of online dance, music, and theatre.