About Us

The Martha Graham Center continues to be a world leader in the evolving art form of modern dance by leveraging a legacy of innovation. Home to the Martha Graham Dance Company, the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance, and Martha Graham Resources and Licensing, the Center supports creative activity in all divisions — from new theatrical programming and commissioned art, to experiential curricula and innovative engagement opportunities for all types of audiences.
  

About Martha Graham   •   About the Company   •     About the School
Board and Staff  •   Careers   •   Directions   • Resources

About Martha Graham

Martha Graham’s revolutionary vision and artistic mastery has had a deep and lasting impact on American art and culture. Her bold use of socially infused subjects and emotionally charged performances single-handedly defined contemporary dance as a uniquely American art form, which the nation has in turn shared with the world.
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About the Company

The Martha Graham Dance Company has been a leader in the development of contemporary dance since its founding in 1926. Today, the Company is embracing a new programming vision that showcases masterpieces by Graham alongside newly commissioned works by contemporary artists. With programs that offer a rich thematic narrative, the Company creates new platforms for contemporary dance and multiple points of access for audiences.
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About the School

The Martha Graham School focuses on sustaining the integrity of the unique art form developed by Martha Graham as well as adapting it to the demands of the present times and nurturing the process that continues its development. The School is devoted to training dancers and dance teachers to the highest standards and to provide dance to the community through Arts-in-Education and outreach programs.
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Martha Graham Dance Company

55 Bethune Street, NY, NY 10014

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212.229.9200

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info@marthagraham.org

Staff

LaRue Allen, Executive Director
Janet Eilber, Artistic Director
Denise Vale, Senior Artistic Associate
Aaron Sherber, Music Director
Faye Rosenbaum, General Manager
Simona Ferrara, Company Manager
A. Apostol, Assistant to the Executive Director
Amanda Hameline, Development Associate
Brigid Pierce, Marketing Manager
Oliver Tobin, Director of Martha Graham Resources
Julian Zentner, Marketing and Archives Assistant
Charley Harris, Administrative Assistant

Haejin Han, Production Manager
Nick Hung, Lighting Supervisor
Karen Young, Costume Supervisor
Jenny O’Donnell, Wardrobe Supervisor
Anne Posluszny, Theatrical Property Restorer
Jennifer Patten, Head of School
Shelby Leshine School Administrator
Virginie Mécène, Program Director: Two-Year Certificate Program,
Artistic Director: Graham 2
Tadej Brdnik, Program Director: Accelerated and Extension Programs
Tami Alesson, Director of Student Affairs and Government Program Officer
Janet Stapleton, Press Agent

Board of Trustees

Kenneth Bloom, Chairman
Judith G. Schlosser, Chairman Emerita
Inger K. Witter, President
LaRue Allen, Executive Director
Janet Eilber, Artistic Director

Amy Blumenthal
Audra D. Cohen
Beau Gage
Inga M. Golay
Jonathan Gralnick

John Hotta
Emil Kang
Jean-Paul Lafaye
Jayne Millard
Lorraine Oler

Careers


We’re a growing team.  When there are openings, we list them here.

Directions

By Subway

To 55 Bethune Street: Take the A,C,E, or L to 14th Street. Walk South on 8th Avenue and take a right on Bethune Street.
We are located on the corner of Bethune and Washington Street.

Resources

For Students of All Ages

Martha Graham Dance Company Study Guide created by the Virginia Arts Festival
Kennedy Center Arts Edge (“A Dancer’s Journal” interactive website for students)

Articles by Graham Artists

Relearning Appalachian Spring by Aaron Sherber
Celebrating the Anti-Heroine by Marnie Thomas Wood
Martha Graham: 20th Century Warrior by Peter Sparling
Martha’s Advanced Class, 1947 by Stuart Hodes
A Dancer Speaks Out: The Untold Story of the Noguchi Sets by Janet Eilber

Additional Web Sources

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
Library of Congress
Dance Heritage Coalition
Isamu Noguchi Foundation
PBS American Masters
Kennedy Center Honors
New York Times Articles
Wikipedia article about Martha Graham