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As part of the Program in Dance’s spring 2020 co-curricular dance offerings, Mary Page Nance leads a workshop inspired by Michael Bennett’s choreography from A Chorus Line.

Curated by Adam Hyndman and taught by Hyndman and guests, this series of workshops will provide 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. No experience required. Note that class will not meet Feb. 10, March 16 + 23, and classes conclude April 13th.

The Program in Dance offers weekly, drop-in co-curricular courses where members of the University community can train with professionals. Classes are FREE and open to all Princeton University students, alumni, faculty, and staff. 

No advance registration required; participants will be asked to sign in and show Princeton University ID. Participants may leave class early if needed.

These classes are not open to the general public.

ABOUT

mary smiling in denim shirtMARY PAGE NANCE is a New York City-based Broadway performer and producer. Mary Page is a native of Richmond, Virginia and continued her studies in New York at the Conservatory of Dance at SUNY Purchase. She graduated with a BFA in Modern Dance Performance and was granted the President’s Award for Achievement in Dance. She was in the original casts of Finding Neverland and Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812 on Broadway, and toured the country with the First National Company of Bright Star. She most recently worked developing the new musical, Black No More, written by Black Thought of The Roots and John Ridley, choreographed by Bill T Jones. This Winter/Spring she will continue developing the new musical, Lempicka, written by Matt Gould and Carson Kreitzer and directed by Tony Award winner Rachel Chavkin. You can also look out for her in the upcoming Netflix Documentary: Dick Johnson. Mary Page produces, directs, and choreographs unforgettable performances at events and private parties all over New York City. She brings Broadway Talent to your doorstep and works closely with you to create your customized dream performance!

Map + Directions

Murphy Dance Studio is located on the 3rd floor of the Wallace Dance Building in the Lewis Arts complex, 122 Alexander Street, Princeton, NJ. View map of Lewis Arts complex


ALEXANDER BRIDGE CLOSURE

Alexander Street, between Lawrence Drive in Princeton and Canal Pointe Boulevard in West Windsor, will close for about six months beginning on Wednesday, November 6, 2019, for road construction.

Construction makes traveling to campus more time consuming. Traffic congestion from all routes to campus during peak times (weekdays, 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.) will be higher than normal. Drivers traveling to campus along Route 1 will see the greatest delays.

Visit bridgeclosure.princeton.edu for the most current information on detour routes, parking, and tips for planning your visit to campus.


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