Martha Graham Dance Company
The EVE Project
Martha Graham Dance Company
(Dancer: Leslie Andrea Williams in Martha Graham's "Chronicle") Photo: Hibbard Nash Photography
Great Hall (Directions & Parking)
$39–$94 (Prices subject to change)
** This is a past performance, this event was on Sat., March 2 **

Martha Graham Dance Company
The EVE Project
Janet Eilber, Artistic Director
wild Up, Christopher Rountree, Conductor

Secular Games by Martha Graham
Woodland by Pontus Lidberg
Untitled (Souvenir) by Pam Tanowitz
Chronicle by Martha Graham

Generously sponsored by Kathleen P. Martin

PRE-PERFORMANCE PANEL | 6:45PM 
Location: Kurland Hall

Graham Gears Up: How America's Legacy Company Advances Dance, a pre-performance panel with Martha Graham creatives led by arts•meme's Debra Levine.

Janet Eilber: Martha Graham Dance Company Artistic Director
Christopher Rountree: Conductor/Artistic Director wildUp
Pam Tanowitz: Choreographer
Moderated by Debra Levine, Journalist/arts•meme


The women who hit the streets for voting rights in 1920 forged a path still followed by the Women’s March today. That 100-year history is celebrated by the Martha Graham Dance Company with a program choreographed by women, featuring female protagonists, and including “Chronicle,” Graham’s unforgettable 1936 anti-war masterpiece. Artistic Director Janet Eilber says, “The EVE Project is designed to explore the many different facets of womanhood — all with an underlying statement about female power.” The two-year worldwide program launches at The Soraya following their previous sold-out performances here. They are again joined by conductor Christopher Rountree and his path-breaking musical ensemble wild Up. Rountree and the Graham Company, first paired at The Soraya in 2017, make their Paris debuts in 2018 with Rite of Spring.

Martha Graham Dance Company’s EVE Project Celebrates Female Power | The New York Times | Read Here

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