As part of the Program in Dance’s spring 2021 co-curricular dance offerings, Morgan Marcell leads a virtual workshop inspired by Andy Blankenbuehler’s choreography from Bandstand.

Curated by Princeton alum Adam Hyndman ’12 and taught by Hyndman and guests, this series of online workshops provides the opportunity to learn from some of Broadway’s top performers. Over the course of the semester, the class will survey a wide range of genres and feature the most contemporary dance styles currently being utilized on Broadway. All levels of experience welcome.

These virtual classes are free and open to all University students, alumni, faculty, and staff. 


To take advantage of our unique class offerings and virtually train with professionals outside of coursework, visit the Co-Curricular Offerings page for more information on each class. Participants will need to log in to the Broadway class page with Princeton University ID to get the Zoom link.

Princeton alumni who wish to participate should email Cindy Rosenfeld:


If you are in need of access accommodations in order to participate in this event, please contact the Lewis Center at 609-258-5262 or email at least 2 weeks prior to event date.




morgan smiling with short brown hair, wearing white tee

Photo courtesy Morgan Marcell

Morgan Marcell is an actor, dancer and director based in New York. Shortly after moving to the city, Morgan opened Hamilton on Broadway (OBC, Peggy Maria Cover, Dance Captain) and went on to originate musicals such as Bandstand and most recently, Moulin Rouge! She can be seen in the FX series Fosse/Verdon and also worked behind the camera as assistant choreographer to Andy Blankenbuehler. Morgan believes movement can tell powerful stories and her approach to the art includes intention, dynamics and technique. Check out Morgan’s website for more upcoming projects.

Presented By

  • Program in Music Theater
  • Program in Dance
  • Program in Theater