Mark MacKillop is a singer actor dancer currently residing in New York City. Born and raised in Vancouver, he grew up performing in musical theatre. After high school he was hired to dance with the Atlanta Ballet, the oldest continually running ballet company in North America. After only six months, Mark performed his first principle role as Paris in Romeo and Juliet. While in Atlanta, he performed the roles of the Prince in Cinderella, the Prince in Snow White, Don Quixote in Don Quixote, Von Rothbart in Swan Lake and was one of three Canadians in the National Ballet of Canada’s “Four Season’s” when it was debuted in the US Premiere on the Atlanta Ballet. In the summer of 2010, Mark was invited to perform the role of Espada, the lead matador, as a guest principle artist in Japan in Don Quixote. He recently spent a year touring all over Europe playing Riff in the international production of West Side Story.