Princeton’s Program in Dance Presents Two New Pieces
STUDENT WORKS: Shown is the cast of Camryn Stafford’s “There She Is,” to be performed April 13-15 at the Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University. (Photo by Kirsten Pardo ’24)
“Liminality” is the title of a program being performed April 13-15 at 8:30 p.m. at the Hearst Dance Theater in the Lewis Arts complex on the Princeton University campus. The choreographers are Princeton University seniors Camryn Stafford and Michael Garcia.
The first piece, There She Is, by Stafford, “depicts the embodiment of Black women’s hypervisibility and simultaneous invisibility within society,” according to a press release on the program. Garcia’s Acero “explores the stress response in the body.”
Admission is free. Visit arts.princeton.edu for more information.