Snow on the Mesa (1995)


A magical evocation of Graham as an artist by Robert Wilson, and a dance/theater piece in twelve sections which uses abstract forms and movements to recall the American images that gave meaning to Martha’s work and her life: elements from Shaker life, and the deserts of the American southwest, the designs and myths of its aboriginal inhabitants.

Choreography: Robert Wilson
Set: Robert Wilson
Lighting: AJ Weissbard
Costumes: Donna Karan

Dance is a Weapon (2010)


A multi-media montage connects five seminal works from the 1930s and explores the political context surrounding early modern dance with stirring relevance to today’s most pressing social issues.

Choreography: Duncan, Maslow, Gentry, Dudley, Graham
Music and Costumes: Various

American Document (2010)


A provocative, contemporary theater piece using spoken work and movement to evoke the essences of America, created in collaboration with Ann Bogart, Charles Mee Jr. and SITI Company.

Lighting: Brian H. Scott
Score: soundscape by Darron L. West
Costumes: James Schuette

Woodland (2016)


A charming work for nine dancers inspired by the innocence and playfulness.

Choreography: Pontus Lidberg
Music: Irvine Fine

Untitled (Souvenir) (2019)


A group work created by Pam Tanowitz using her signature style to manipulate phrases from some of Graham’s lesser-known works.

Music: Caroline Shaw

Deo (2019)


Choreographers Maxine Doyle and Bobbi Jene Smith collaborate on a work for all women based on the myth of Persephone.

Music: Lesley Flanigan

Lamentation Variations


Short works for the company inspired by Graham’s iconic solo and created by some of today’s most note-worthy choreographers. A film of Graham is followed by three variations from among those by Aszure Barton, Larry Keigwin, Richard Move, Bulareyaung Pagarlava, and Doug Varone.

Music and Costumes: Various

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