Seniors in the Program in Dance present new choreography they have created and perform repertory works by master choreographers. Featuring senior students Ellie Albarran, Sophie Andreassi, Kamber Hart, Colby Hyland, Marisa Remez, Grace Singleton, Oge Ude, Bree White, Emily Wohl, and Glenna Yu. Performances are on Friday, March 25 at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, March 26 at 2:00 and 8:00 p.m. in the Berlind Theater at McCarter Theatre Center.

Tickets are $12 general/$11 students and seniors when purchased in advance; $17 general/$15 students and seniors when purchased day of the performance. Purchase tickets online, in person at Frist Campus Center Ticket Office or through the McCarter Theatre Center.

  • A unique condensed version of There Might Be Others by Rebecca Lazier — group performance featuring all the seniors
  • “Lamentation” by Martha Graham — solo performance featuring Kamber Hart ’16
  • Excerpt from”Toda Una Vida” (A Full Life) by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano — duet performance featuring Colby Hyland ’16 and Emily Wohl ’16
  • “Kuli” from Ligeti Essays by Karole Armitage — solo performance featuring Marisa Remez ’16
  • “Disambiguation” — a duet choreographed by Kamber Hart ’16
  • “Dunewalker” — duet performance featuring Glenna Yu ’16 and Bree White ’16
  • “coded.scripted.go” — a group piece choreographed by Glenna Yu ’16
  • “come to the park they say is dead” — choreographed by Sophie Andreassi ’16

Faculty Highlight

Each year the Program in Dance presents a work performed by all the seniors together. This year, the students will perform “This Is Another,” a unique, condensed version of a new work (There Might Be Others) by faculty member Rebecca Lazier. The work is inspired by Terry Riley’s In C and builds on the tradition of open scores, where performers compose in real-time based on a predetermined array of content to stage negotiation. Lazier developed the score during residencies in Poland, Turkey, Canada, and New York. A company of professional dancers will premiere the full work at New York Live Arts March 16 through 19. Throughout the rehearsal process Princeton students have had the opportunity to rehearse with the professional dancers on campus and in New York City.

Learn more about Rebecca Lazier’s life and work in this special feature story:
What I Think: Rebecca Lazier

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Presented By

  • Program in Dance