Want to perform in Princeton Dance Festival?

All students of all class years interested in performing in the Program in Dance’s Princeton Dance Festival (December 2-4, 2022) should plan to attend Placement Class. The class is not an audition; class is mandatory for interested dance students.

Students enrolled in the following dance courses will perform in the Princeton Dance Festival: DAN 319B, 320B, 419B, and 420B. For DAN 319/320 and 419/420, you will also take a Choreography Workshop “A” section, which will be confirmed following the placement class. Students will be able to enroll in their “A” section in early September.

Please email Dance Program Associate Cindy Rosenfeld at with any questions.

Join the Event

Dance placement class is mandatory for interested dance students of all class years. Register for placement class. Advance registration is recommended, but the form may also be completed in person at the class.


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COVID-19 Guidance + Updates

Per Princeton University policy, all guests must either be fully vaccinated, or have recently tested negative (via PCR within 72 hours or via rapid antigen test within 8 hours of the scheduled visit) and be prepared to show proof if asked, or wear a face covering when indoors and around others.


symbol for wheelchair accessibilityThe Hearst Dance Theater is wheelchair accessible. Visit our Venues and Studios section for accessibility information at our various locations. Students in need of access accommodations are invited to contact the Lewis Center at 609-258-5262 or email at least one week in advance of the event date.



Other Performance Opportunities

Want to perform in Princeton Dance Festival but can’t take a dance course this fall?

Audition to be in a guest choreographer’s work! Guest choreographer auditions with Caili Quan and Sun Kim will be held on September 10, as well as Michael J. Love (info TBD). Students may audition with all 3 of the choreographers but would only be cast in one.

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  • Program in Dance