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Dance Productions & Programs

2018-2019 Tufts Dance Program Events

Location of all events:
Jackson Dance Lab
Unless otherwise noted
50 Talbot Ave., Tufts campus
Medford Parking available at
419 Boston Ave., near College Ave.

Parent's Weekend Dance Showcase
October 20, 2018 at 6 pm
Cohen Auditorium

Celebrate the wide array of dance activity on campus with dancers from the Tufts Dance Program and our many Tufts student dance groups including members of Sarabande, Tamasha, JumboRaas, Tufts Tap Ensemble, Tufts Ballroom, and more. Free and open to the public.

Dances at Noon
October 26, 2018, March 1 and 29, 2019 at noon
Jackson Dance Lab

Save these dates for showings of new works and works-in-progress by Boston-area artists in an informal setting, including post-performance discussions with the choreographers and dancers. Free and open to the public.

Fall Dance Weekend
November 16-17, 2018 at 7pm
Jackson Dance Lab

Our Fall Dance Weekend highlights new choreography created by students, and by faculty artists, Jaclyn Waguespack and Daniel McCusker, in collaboration with students from Dance Repertory & Performance and the First Year Dance Ensemble. Tickets are $8, available at tuftsdramadancetickets.com or at the Tufts Box Office: 617-627-3493.

New Movement Works
December 2, 2018 at 5pm
Jackson Dance Lab

See the creative process unfold in new work by students developing ideas in choreography and performance art courses and as independent projects. Facilitated by Daniel McCusker and other Dance Program faculty. Free and open to the public.

Spring Dance Weekend
April 12-13, 2019 at 7 pm
Jackson Dance Lab

Don't miss original choreographic projects created by graduating Dance Program Minors and members of Performance Arts courses. Tickets are $8, available at tuftsdramadancetickets.com or at the Balch Arena Box Office: 617-627-3493.

Dance on Camera Screening
April 25, 2019 at 7pm
Tisch Screening Room

Dance on Camera students share works created with Tufts faculty mentor, Jaclyn Waguespack. Free and open to the public.