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Clytemnestra Act 2 | GrahamDeconstructed, Oct. 4-5, 2016, 7PM….

September 29, 2016
Katherine Crockett in Martha Graham's Clytemnestra. Photo: Hibbard Nash Photography.

Katherine Crockett in Martha Graham’s Clytemnestra. Photo: Hibbard Nash Photography.


Clytemnestra Act 2

PeiJu Chien-Pott

as Clytemnestra

with Principal Dancers

Abdiel Jacobsen – Ben Schultz – Xin Ying 

Tuesday & Wednesday

Oct, 4-5, 2016 at 7pm

Graham’s masterpiece of contemporary theater and her only full-evening work, the characters and tragedy of the Trojan War resonate with today’s themes. Music: Halim El Dahm – Set: Isamu Noguchi – Costumes: Graham and Helen McGehee – Dancer in this clip: Fang-Yi Sheu. (1958)

Martha Graham Studio Theater

55 Bethune Street, 11th floor

Survive a close encounter with Clytemnestra

& fortify yourself with a complimentary glass of wine.


Save up to $40 on upcoming studio events

by purchasing a Graham Studio Series subscription!!



Our New@Graham and GrahamDeconstructed programs are a big hit. This year, for the first time, we’re offering a season package.

Performances include works-in-progress showings of new commissions by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Annie-B Parson, a Shoot the Dancers event launching the NYC Dance Project Photo Book, and an inside look at Graham works including Sacred/Profane Project and Dark Meadow.

About the Graham Studio Series

The Martha Graham Dance Company welcomes guests, patrons and fans into its West Village studios for intimate performances along with a glass of wine. The 2016-2017 Season the Company will host eleven performances, under the themes: GrahamDeconstructed, NEW@Graham, and Shoot the Dancers. For the first time ever, we have made the full Studio Series available as a season package.


A unique opportunity to view great Graham works up close and hear about the artistic and historical context of their creation from Artistic Director Janet Eilber. The program offers 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.


Introducing the audience to the Company’s newest commissions, by offering a sneak-peek of the work before its premiere. After each performance, Artistic Director Janet Eilber hosts a conversation with the commissioned choreographer and the audience.

Shoot the Dancers

Audiences are invited to learn the secrets behind the images of leading dance photographers. Following a conversation with the artists, the Company takes the stage. The audience is invited to take out their own cameras and catch the Graham dancers in motion.

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