Yvonne Marceau, of Chicago, teaches ballroom dance. She has been a Juilliard faculty member since 1993. With Pierre Dulaine, she was a four-time British Exhibition Champion. Marceau is co-founder and co-artistic director of the American Ballroom Theater Company, and later, Dancing Classrooms (which was featured in the well-known documentary Mad Hot Ballroom). Marceau is winner of the Astaire Award, the Gene Kelly Award, the Dance Magazine Award, and the Americans for the Arts Award for Education and National Dance Council of America. She performed in the original cast of Grand Hotel on Broadway and in London. In 1992, she choreographed a tribute to Fred Astaire for the Kennedy Center Honors, which was televised on PBS. She was the choreographer for the film Mona Lisa Smile. Her writing has been published in the International Encyclopedia of Dance. Marceau is a former faculty member at the School of American Ballet and the Actor’s Studio. She teaches at N.Y.U. Marceau received her BFA from the University of Utah and her associate degree from the Imperial Society of Ballroom Dance. She studied ballroom/adagio dance in New York with John Roudis.