The 2021 Princeton Dance Festival returns with in-person performances featuring new and repertory works by choreographers Rebecca Lazier, Kyle Marshall, Justin Peck (staged by Michael Breeden), Larissa Velez-Jackson, Omari Wiles, Jawole Willa Jo Zollar and Germaine Acogny (staged by Samantha Speis), and new work staged by Tina Fehlandt inspired by Mark Morris’ choreography on the 40th anniversary of the founding of his famed dance company, performed by Princeton dance students.
The Princeton student performers include: Ethan Arrington, Haley Baird, Naomi Benenson, Rebecca Berman, Jane Brown, Olivia Buckhorn, Jake Cedar, Isabelle Clayton, Payton Croskey, Seppe De Pauw, Abby de Riel,Tori Edington, Elena Every, Michael Garcia, Mei Geller, Molly Gibbons, Jonathan Golden,Zi Han Liu, Jared Harbour, Laura Haubold, Kyle Ikuma, Azi Jones, Ive Jones, Margaret King, Isabel Kingston, Natalia Lalin, Tierra Lewis, Vivian Li, Adam Littman Davis, Ethan Luk, Chris Luo, Gigi Pacheco, Chris Park, Alison Parrish, An Phan, Keilly Ponce-Merida, Anastasia Poverin, Mandy Qua, Elena Remez, Jasmine Rivers, Heather Samberg, Gigi Schadrack, Angie Sheehan, Paige Sherman, Julie Shin, Lucy Sirrs, Leah Smith, Camryn Stafford, Kate Stewart, Storm Stokes, Daniel Tajes, Vyette Tiya, Clara Toujas-Bernate, Kristen Umbriac, Christina Wang, Emma Wang, Faith Wangermann, Kiara Wassodew, Mirabelle Weinbach, Sarah Witzman, Ally Wonski, Alessandra Yan, and Julia Zhou.
Tickets + Details
Princeton Dance Festival performances are open to the public with advance tickets required. Tickets are $12 in advance, $17 purchased day or performances; $10 for students. Purchase tickets through McCarter Box Office. Each ticket for each person attending must be reserved through a separate online transaction (however one person can submit multiple transactions on behalf of different attendees).
COVID-19 Guidance + Updates
All guests are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, to wear a mask when indoors, and to show proof of vaccination and a photo ID at the door (Princeton students, faculty and staff only need to show their PU ID card). Dancers will be unmasked while performing on stage.
The November 19 performance will be American Sign Language (ASL) interpreted. The November 21 performance will be open captioned. Assistive listening devices will be available upon request in the Berlind Theatre. Large print programs will be available. Visit our Venues and Studios section for accessibility information at our various locations, including Berlind Theatre. Attendees in need of other access accommodations are invited to contact the Lewis Center at 609-258-5262 or email LewisCenter@princeton.edu at least one week in advance of the event date.