CoSA 2020

The theater and dance department is busier than ever this spring. Our students and faculty will be presenting three projects during the Celebration of Student Achievement Week (CoSA)

Spring 2020 Projects




UCDC Virtual Spring Dance Concert


Ursinus College Dance Company is excited to share their spring dance concert with audiences online! For one week starting on April 30 explore three dances virtually through audio, video and written content composed by professional choreographers, designers and students.

The concert will feature the annual African Dance Residency with Jeannine Osayande & Dunya Performing Arts Company; Alumni Residency with Kelly Cinalli & Colleen Walsh Cecchi; and students in Dance Repertory taught by Bailey Anderson.

Access UCDC’s virtual experience here. 


Isolated Together: Stories from the COVID-19 Pandemic (A Living Newspaper)


The living newspaper capstone course, taught by Meghan Brodie, assistant professor of theater, produced a 40 minute radio play that captures varying perspectives of people impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The play is researched, written and produced by eight upper-class students enrolled in the course. 

Feel free to listen to the play or read more about their creative process. 





American College Dance Association Conference Highlights


Ten students and two faculty members of the UC Dance Program attended the Mid-Atlantic North regional conference of the American College Dance Association from March 4-8, 2020, at the University of Maryland, at College Park, MD. The focus of the association is to “support and promote the wealth of talent and creativity that is prominent throughout college and university dance departments.” While at the conference, students performed in two dance works, participated in dance classes, and networked with dancers in peer institutions. A highlight of the event was the selection of Visiting Dance Professor Bailey Anderson’s dance, Ridiculous Rigor: Past, Present, and Possible, for the Gala performance.

Learn more about their ACDA experience.