As part of the Program in Dance’s spring 2020 co-curricular dance offerings, Jeffrey Sousa leads a workshop inspired by Christopher Wheeldon’s choreography from An American In Paris.

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.



jeffrey smiling in blue shirtGrowing up in Connecticut, JEFFREY SOUSA’s training stemmed from Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts and later at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. He has been in the Broadway companies of Aladdin, An American in Paris, Gigi and Broadway First National touring companies of Evita and West Side Story. Professional dance company credits include Pennsylvania Ballet, Armitage Gone Dance! and American Dance Machine. Jeffrey can be seen in the 2019 romantic comedy, Isn’t It Romantic as well as in the new television series, Modern Love and Alternatino. He’s thrilled to be sharing with the students at Princeton University.

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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


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