Curated by Adam Hyndman ’12 and taught by Hyndman and guest Mary Page Nance, this extended workshop series provides the opportunity to learn from some of Broadway’s top performers. Both workshops will be masterclasses in the style of the guest teaching artist. Dancers will be led through a warm up and exercises to activate a particular style/movement genre utilized in Broadway dance. The class will conclude with choreography phrases to learn or generate. A panel discussion with the artists follows the workshops at 5:30 p.m.

Join the Workshops

Both workshops are free and open to Princeton students, faculty and staff. No advance registration required; sign-in at the event. Alumni interested in participating should email Cindy Rosenfeld at

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Workshop Schedule

2-3:30 PM — Led by Mary Page Nance

4-5:30 PM — Led by Adam Hyndman ’12

5:30 PM — Panel Discussion with Hyndman and Nance

COVID-19 Guidance + Updates

Per Princeton University policy, all guests are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to the maximum extent, which now includes a COVID booster shot for all eligible to receive it. Masking for classes is now optional, however individual instructors may require participants to wear a mask. Guest artists may be unmasked when leading the workshops.


symbol for wheelchair accessibilityThe event space is wheelchair accessible. Guests in need of access accommodations are asked to contact the Lewis Center at at least one week prior to the event date. Visit our Venues and Studios section for accessibility information at our various locations.



About the Guest Artists

adam hyndman smiles in white shirt and white blazerAdam Hyndman is a Tony Award-winning producer, performer, and activist. He has worked extensively in the arts, performing on stage and screen with roles on Broadway and television. Some notable performing credits include: NBC’s The Sing Off, Children of Eden at the Kennedy Center, and on Broadway in Aladdin, Once on This Island, and most recently Hadestown. Adam uses his experiences working with narratives to challenge his vision for the world on and off stage. He was a co-producer for The Inheritance on Broadway, for which he earned a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award. Adam continues curating and producing work within the team at Octopus Theatricals. He is a co-founder of The Industry Standard Group (an organization committed to creating pathways for BIPOC producers to emerge into the field and stewards the first community investment fund for commercial theater. Adam is also a guest teaching artist for the Program in Music Theater at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. As an individual committed to excellence and progressive achievement through collaboration, he works toward the manifestation of a diverse and inclusive world. Adam additionally serves on the Board of Directors for Pipeline Theatre Company, Producer Hub, and Broadway For Racial Justice, for which he is the active chair. Follow Adam on Instagram


mary page nance stands in profile with dark curly hair and wears red strappy tank

Photo by Ambe J Photography

Mary Page Nance is a New York City based Broadway Performer, Event Producer, Director/Choreographer and occasional Crafter. She is the Founder/Lead Producer of Monocle Productions where she produces, directs and choreographs events with Broadway Talent in the private sector and beyond. During the pandemic, she also opened a paper goods business called a page of mary where she sells her handmade goods that sell out in minutes!

As a performer, Mary Page was in the original casts of both Finding Neverland and Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812 on Broadway, and she toured the country with the First National Company of Bright Star. She works frequently developing new musicals in the city, most recently: Black No More at The New Group/The Signature Theater (written by Black Thought and John Ridley, choreographed by Bill T Jones), and Lempicka, directed by Tony Award-winner Rachel Chavkin. Other developmental work includes: A Beautiful Noise (Neil Diamond Musical), Soft Power, The Cher Show, War Paint. She has also been seen in TV/Film, highlights include: Dick Johnson is Dead (Netflix), The Tony Awards, Good Morning America, The Today Show, and TLC’s Broadway At The White House.

She will be seen in the upcoming Pre-Broadway World Premiere of A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical in Boston this summer. Follow Mary Page on Instagram


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  • Program in Dance