After having studied with Stella Adler in New York, Marc Krone had an extensive acting and singing career spanning more than 25 years in both straight- and musical theatre. Since 2003 he has been directing, teaching, and coaching students and professionals. As head of the drama department at 'Fontys Hogeschool Voor de Kunsten in Tilburg he works in close connection with Edward Hoepelman. He is also head of drama at the CVA (Conservatory of Amsterdam) and teaches Masterclasses 'acting for singers' in The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Bulgaria, and Ukraine.
His expertise lies in his ability to adapt a myriad of acting techniques for the use of singers.
Apart from that he is a versatile director and coach in opera, operetta, and musical theatre.
His work includes Die Stumme Serenade, Wie is Loesje?, Die Lustige Witwe, Die Fledermaus, Der Zigeunerbaron, Der Freischütz, Jerusalem, Dialogues des Carmelites, West Side Story, Le Tragedie de Carmen, Pagliacci, Fingal, and Bonifatius the Musical.
Ceres, Bacchus en Venus and De Triomferende Min.
After his studies with Stella Adler and worked in America for five years as an actor in works by Shakespeare, Molière, and Tennissee Williams.
After returning to Holland he appeared in a myriad of parts for television, theatre, and opera and was a long-standing member of the (in)famous ‘Werkteater’ where he, as both actor and director, was responsible for the creation of more than thirty productions.
From the mid 90’s he focused mainly on musical theatre and starred in productions as Hoera we zijn Normaal, Titanic, Company, Merrily We Roll Along, and The Three Musketeers.
In the past years he worked as director with companies such as the Rotterdam Philharmonic, Dutch Wind Ensemble, Opera Zuid, The Charkov State ballet, Drama teater of Cherkassy, Varna State opera, Brisk recorder quartet, Carré and Camerata Trajectina,