Martha Graham

Chicago Dancing Festival Celebrates ‘Modern Women’

By on September 2, 2015

The Chicago Dancing Festival‘s annual engagement at the Museum for Contemporary Art has explored a variety of themes throughout its nine year history, most with a focus on maximizing the intimate and close-up setting provided by the wonderful Edlis Neeson theater. This year’s theme, “Modern Women” basically spanned the whole history of Modern Dance in a […]

Winifred Haun & Dancers Brings Work to Confluence of Graham Dancers in Madison (preview)

By on November 10, 2013

On the heels of a wildly successful run at Ruth Page Center for the Arts earlier this fall, Winifred Haun is hitting the road for a similar Graham-inspired evening hosted by Kanopy Dance in Madison, WI. Haun’s compelling Don’t Linger Too Long is to be performed alongside a gaggle of works spanning 77 years. All […]

“Vision, Faith & Desire” Honors the Past, Looks Toward the Future (preview)

By on September 18, 2013

When I hear the name Martha Graham, two thoughts immediately pop into my mind. My first exposure to modern dance was Graham Technique, and until my third year of college it was really my only exposure.  Hearing that name brings a flood of memories of the sore hip flexors and complete frustration and confusion with […]