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Martha Graham Studio Theater
55 Bethune Street
New York, NY 10014


Tuesday, May 7, 2019 - 7:00pm
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 - 7:00pm




The Martha Graham Dance Company presents the third annual NEXT@Graham festival featuring works by ten choreographers/dance companies in two distinct programs. Performances are Tuesday and Wednesday, May 7–8, at 7pm, at the Martha Graham Studio Theater, 55 Bethune Street (11th floor), in Manhattan.

NEXT@Graham aims to present works from the next generation of exciting choreographers. Artists are selected through a competitive application process overseen by Martha Graham Artistic Director Janet Eilber and a panel that includes choreographers and arts professionals. The works presented in this third edition respond to the Company’s season theme: The EVE Project, which broadly explores historic and contemporary gender issues as seen in art, social interaction, politics, and commerce.

One choreographer will be selected to participate in the 2019–20 Graham Resident Artist Program, which provides 30 hours of free rehearsal space, a technical rehearsal, and an additional performance opportunity.

The 2019 NEXT@Graham festival is produced by choreographer Amanda Hameline.


2019 NEXT@Graham lineup:


Tuesday, May 7, 7pm

Denisa Musilova | Panoptikon

CAN Creative, chorography by Ciara Baldwin and Nathan Bartman | Rooted

ColemanCollective, choreography by Cain Coleman and Matthew Perez | Victoria

QBC Company, choreography by Tsai Hsi Hung | Chi

Abarukas, choreography by Yoshito Sakuraba | Bernadac  


Wednesday, May 8, 7pm

Matilda Sakamoto | that’s so sweet of you to try to pretend

Kristina Bermudez | THIS.YOU

ARTHROSIS Dance Company, choreography by Penny Diamantopoulou | 1 2 3

Kate Harpootlian & Artists | Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood

Sabrina Wong Dance Company | For the Price of Five Cows

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