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Jocelyn Cox Adjunct Professorial Lect Department of Performing Arts

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Degrees
MFA, BFA

Bio
Jocelyn E. Cox (Maryland) is a proud member of the Actors' Equity Association, and the independent author of Jocelyn Learns to Dance, for which she received the Prince George's Arts and Humanities Council's Artist Fellowship Grant. Jocelyn's teaching experience includes: Howard University's Dance Program (full-time Lecturer), DC; Steffi Nossen Dance Foundation, NY; the Ballet Tech School, NY; George Mason University, VA; and Joy of Motion Dance Center, DC.

Mrs. Cox earned her MFA in Dance from SUNY Purchase College Conservatory of Dance, NY, and her BFA in Dance and Marketing from Temple University, PA. She trained as a member of the 2nd company at PHILADANCO!, Danco2. Additional training includes: Ballet Theatre of Maryland, Mark Morris Dance Group, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and Danza Contemporánea de Cuba. Jocelyn has had the opportunity to work with Hinton Battle, Abdel Salaam, and recording artist Tamia.

Choreographic credits: Kid Prince & Pablo and She A Gem at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, DC; DeRail the Underground Truth, at Atlas Performing Arts Center, DC; the 76ers Halftime Show, PA; Hershey Park, PA; Joe Turner's Come and Gone at SUNY Purchase College, NY; Side Show the Musical at Montgomery College Summer Dinner Theatre, MD; The International Association of Blacks in Dance Conference, CA; UP! Dance Project (Producer/Choreographer) Jack Guidone Theatre, DC.

Performance credits: The Chocolate Nutcracker at Lincoln Theatre, DC; All Shook Up, Annie, South Pacific, Peter Pan (Tiger Lily/Dance Captain) at Jenny Wiley Theatre, KY; The Christmas Spectacular at La Comedia Theatre, OH; FAME at Surflight Theatre, NJ and Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, MN; Chicago at Media Theatre, PA; Hairspray (Dynamite and Lil' Inez Understudy) aboard Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas; Guys and Dolls at Olney Theater Center, MD; The Wiz, Guys and Dolls (Dance Captain) at Ford’s Theatre, DC.
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Teaching

Spring 2023

  • DNCE-115 Jazz Dance I

  • DNCE-321 Dance Styles Musical Theatre