2020-21 Season

Online · Presented by: Program in Dance

The Program in Dance presents an exciting and innovative, reimagined virtual edition of the annual Princeton Dance Festival. On November 23, students led by guest choreographer Peter Chu present "Welcome HOME: The Princeton Series," a thought-provoking yet playful journey that evokes the viewer’s spatial perception. In this live-streamed performance, scenes change with precision timing and careful orchestration to transport viewers through viscerally charged worlds. Welcome HOME celebrates raw, curious, and honest communication. FREE; registration required. Live Q+A follows; closed captioning available.

Online · Presented by: Program in Dance

The Program in Dance presents an exciting and innovative, reimagined virtual edition of the annual Princeton Dance Festival. On December 3, Francesca Harper’s project, "Emergence and Discovery: Digital Dance Portraits," facilitates collaborative construction and the development of 10 short, personal films allowing movement, filmmaking, images, text, music, and discovery in natural and industrial habitat to be accessible and serve as inspiration. FREE; registration required. Live Q+A follows; closed captioning available.

Online · Presented by: Program in Dance

The Program in Dance presents an exciting and innovative, reimagined virtual edition of the annual Princeton Dance Festival. On December 4, Rebecca Lazier explores "Site Dance" and students share site based performance projects built from research into their communities, while Dean Moss works with student Lucy Sirrs to present "Live & Surreal," a video dance project inspired by women's historic struggle for reproductive rights and the surreal artwork of Martha Rosler. FREE; registration required. Live Q+A follows; closed captioning available.

Online · Presented by: Program in Dance

The Program in Dance presents an exciting and innovative, reimagined virtual edition of the annual Princeton Dance Festival. On December 5, rooted in Merce Cunningham Technique, students are studying, practicing, and performing excerpts from Cunningham dances spanning over 50 years of choreography for stage and camera and arranged into a MinEvent in collaboration with Silas Riener and video editor Daniel Madoff; Olivier Tarpaga presents a hybrid dance work/video choreographed remotely by Tarpaga in collaboration with the dancers. FREE; registration required. Live Q+A follows; closed captioning available.

Fri Apr 30, 2021 · 8:00 pm

Spring Dance Festival — April

Zoom Webinar · Presented by: Program in Dance

Princeton Dance seniors Sophie Blue, Liam Lynch and Enver Ramadani present an evening of filmed new dance works. Presented on Zoom webinar and hosted by Hearst Choreographer-in-Residence and guest faculty member Miguel Gutierrez. FREE and open to public; Zoom registration required.

Thu May 13, 2021 - Fri May 14, 2021 · 8:00 pm

Spring Dance Festival — May

Zoom Webinar · Presented by: Program in Dance

Thirteen Princeton dance seniors perform a filmed program of newly created solos, duets and ensemble works by professional guest choreographers. FREE and open to public. On Zoom Webinar; advance registration required.