Nicolette Alberti (center front) danced with Jennifer Lopez in the Super Bowl LIV halftime show in Miami, Florida, in 2020. As a kid, Nicolette Alberti loved watching awards shows and going to concerts with her mom, not just to see big-name stars but also the dancers...
Dance alum Kyle Marshall returns to his alma mater to teach and to showcase his new uplifting works with his company, Kyle Marshall Choreography, at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center. The three performances Oct. 15-16 are Mason Gross’s first since the pandemic.
In the spring, faculty from Mason Gross and the School of Public Health were brought together to share research ideas as part of a “speed networking” session. Through funding provided by both schools, $10,000 MGSA-SPH Collaborative Seed Grants were awarded...
This six-week course guides students to explore how the artistic tools employed by choreographic thinkers can be used in conjunction with practices and principles from the field of conflict resolution toward the creation of participatory events spanning a wide range of human activities.
Dance faculty member Barbara Angeline discovered there could be benefits to teaching her class virtually after the pandemic made it impossible to teach in person.
Dance Department chair and artistic director Julia M. Ritter is helming an initiative called the Big Ten UniDanceHub as a way to provide a substantive learning experience and to enhance alumni, faculty, and student ties across the Big Ten.
See a day in the life of choreographer and BFA ’11 dance graduate Kyle Marshall who received the 2018 NY Dance and Performance “Bessie” Jury Award and is a New Jersey State Council on the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship Award recipient.
In the calm and quiet of winter break on campus, Dana Caspersen encourages students to “step into messy situations” in the light-filled Nicholas Dance Studios on the Douglass Campus.
Johsian Martinez, a BFA/EdM Dance Education student, says his experiences at a performing-arts charter school, with teachers who accepted him as he was made all the difference and informed his own choice to become an educator.
Percussionist and Dance Department Music Coordinator (MGSA alum, DMA 2016) Mesia Austin serves as an accompanist, providing improvised music, on the spot, for MGSA Modern Dance Technique classes.