Fall Choreography Project

Galloway, N.J.  - The original work of 15 student dancers will be featured at the Emerging Choreographers Showcase  at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 9-12.  All online performance are free and will be available for viewing only for the evening of each performance, via the Zoom link on the Dance website.

Fall Choreography Project offers a mixed bill of dance video works from the most promising choreographers in the Stockton dance community. Fall Choreography Project continues a 30-year Stockton tradition of presenting unpredictable and thought-provoking works from choreographers at all stages of their artistic development. These dance makers are forging new avenues for contemporary choreography, and the Fall Choreography Project is an opportunity to view the early work of the next generation of New Jersey dance artists.

"When I started to think about how I wanted to build this piece, I kept coming back to this idea of freedom and peace. I also knew I wanted to dance outside, where the other dancer and I could pull from the freedom of nature into the piece. Dancing outside and filming it was a great experience and a different way to perform!" Alexa Angelucci, Florence, NJ

choreography showcaseStudent works in the program are:

Saor:  Alexa Angelucci

Piégé: Lexi Bakalis

Since 1865:  Charlene Baker

Growing into Me:  Ciara Civitello

Trafficked:  Madison Derbyshire

Luna:  Sara DeRose

It’s All a Dream:  Marisa Evola

Short-Term:  Brielle Kimley

Perception: Cecilia Mitchell

Acqua: Samantha Panek

Oxymoron: Anodja Peck

Linguistic Barrier: Lauren Potter

Moray Lane: Morgan Potter

Happy: Brittany Shepherd     

ο Ιησούς σώζει:  Deivin Velasquez