Martha Graham's The Owl and the Pussy-cat

The Best of Modern Dance
Because [Martha] Graham saw dance as expressive rather than merely decorative, it freed generations of young dancers to explore a range of emotional and psychological themes that weren’t available in traditional ballet.
From April 14 to April 25 at City Center in Manhattan, the company will present twelve performances that include a spectacular assortment of classics and revivals with a live orchestra.
The company is scheduled to perform some of Graham’s most notable pieces such as the powerful all-female Sketches from Chronicle, the classic Errand Into the Maze and the jazz-inspired Maple Leaf Rag. The season includes revivals of Cave of the Heart and the erotic Circe, along with the Owl and the Pussycat, with the Edward Lear text narrated by Andr頌eon Talley, Vogue’s editor-at-large.
The Hudson Reporter | 4 April 2004

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