Fall Choreography Project

fall choreography project 2021

Galloway, N.J. - Stockton University’s Arts and Humanities Performing Arts program presents the Fall Choreography Project, an adjudicated performance for rising choreographers, at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2-4, 2021, in the Stockton Performing Arts Center. 

Continuing a 30-year tradition of presenting unpredictable and thought-provoking works from choreographers at all stages of their artistic development, the Fall Choreography Project focuses on giving promising dance makers from the Stockton Dance Company a platform to exhibit their work.

 “The dances for this show were chosen by a panel of Stockton faculty, and represent a broad spectrum of the innovative choreographic ideas coming from the Stockton Dance community,”  said  Assistant Professor of Dance Beau Hancock. “This production is a chance for these maturing makers to test the expertise they hone inside the classroom. The Performing Arts Center stage becomes a laboratory for investigation where these choreographers refine their artistic voices.”

Tickets are $12 for general admission and $10 for students, seniors, and alumni. Tickets can be ordered online at www.stockton.edu/pac or by calling the Box Office at (609)-652-9000. The Stockton Box Office is open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. and a half-hour before each performance. For patrons with special needs, the university offers wheelchair-accessible seating, listening-assistive devices, and large-type programs. Masks are required.

Students presenting works in the program are:

Madison Derbyshire: Title: Transgressive Boundaries

Sierra Duncan of Pitman: Title: (Dis)connect

Molly Glenn of Farmingdale: Title: Essential Diversion

Katelyn Heinrichs of Phillipsburg: Title: Fault Finder

Brielle Kimley of Franklinville: Title: Improperly Proper

Cecilia Mitchell of Montclair: Title: Freedom of the Rival

Naomi Pagan of Washington Township: Title: Kalopsia

Anodja Peck of Philadelphia: Title: Love U in Advance

Adriana Trigiani of Cherry Hill: Title: Affliction

Deivin Velasquez-Banegas of Pleasantville: Title: Ill Mind of Mine

(Photo _ Student Choreographer Cecilia Mitchell, far right, rehearses her piece "Freedom of the Rival" with dancers Katelyn Heinrichs, Andrea Tammaro, Madison Muniz, and Saita Westervelt. Photo by Diane D'Amico/Stockton University)