Martha Graham Dance Company Presents GRAHAM DECONSTRUCTED: SECULAR GAMES

Martha Graham Dance Company Presents GRAHAM DECONSTRUCTED: SECULAR GAMES

The Martha Graham Dance Company's Studio Series continues with GrahamDeconstructed: Secular Games on Tuesday, March 19, and Wednesday, March 20, at 7pm, at the Martha Graham Studio Theater, 55 Bethune Street (11th Floor), in Manhattan.

The latest edition of GrahamDeconstructed features the Graham dancers in a rehearsal run-through of Martha Graham's 1962 work Secular Games. Set to music by Robert Starer, the work for 12 dancers offers a wry look at sexual stereotypes and the universal antics of humans trying to impress each other. The Company is reconstructing the original choreography, which has not been performed since the mid-1970s. Secular Games will be presented during the Company's New York season at The Joyce Theater, April 2-14, 2019.

GrahamDeconstructed offers audiences a unique opportunity to view great Graham works up close and to hear about the artistic and historical context of their creation from Artistic Director Janet Eilber. The program provides a glimpse of the artistic labor that goes on every day at the Martha Graham Studios to preserve and augment Martha Graham's great legacy.

Tickets for GrahamDeconstructed are $25 (general) / $15 (students with valid ID) and can be purchased online at Note: The event on March 19th is sold out.

About Martha Graham Dance 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.

Since its inception, the Martha Graham Dance Company has received international acclaim from audiences in more than 50 countries throughout North and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. The Company has performed at the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, the Paris Opera House, Covent Garden, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, as well as at the base of the Great Pyramids in Egypt and in the ancient Herod Atticus Theatre on the Acropolis in Athens. In addition, the Company has also produced several award-winning films broadcast on PBS and around the world. For more information about the Company, visit

Photo Credit: Hibbard Nash Photography

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