Emerging Choreographers Showcase

Galloway, N.J.  - The Emerging Choreographer's Showcase, which will be livestreamed on the Stockton Dance website at 7:30 p.m. April 22-24, will feature a mix of student, faculty and alumni work.

The  eight students whose works will be featured are: Alexa Angelucci of Florence,  Agnes Cancio of Union,  Molly Glenn of Farmingdale, Grace McGlinchey of Berlin, Katelyn Heinrichs of Phillipsburg, Naomi Pagan of Sewell, Brianna Rapp of Atlantic Highlands and Adriana Trigiani of Cherry Hill.  Their pieces are a mix of site-specific dances for the camera, and dances performed on the PAC stage and captured for the screen by Stockton Production Services.  

Three faculty dances for the camera will also be included in the virtual concert: Shannon Murphy’s quintet of students is based on embodied research she developed with her professional company, Dark Moon Collective; Rain Ross’ work that she developed last week on the Boardwalk in front of the Atlantic City campus and filmed by Stockton Alumni Gabriel Reyes; and Beau Hancock’s A Place Called Lost which was shot on the woodland trails surrounding the Galloway campus.

A work by Stockton Dance alumni, Alisa Iacovelli '18  will also be performed. The piece, "Unfair Advantage," includes a cast of six professional dancers.

"Stockton Dance commissioned this work by Iacovelli, and we hope to continue this tradition of inviting one alum to create work for the Emerging Choreographers Showcase moving forward," said Assistant Professor of Dance, Beau Hancock,  This new work by Iacovelli, Unfair Advantage, includes a cast of six professional dancers.