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As the oldest modern dance company in America, Martha Graham Dance Company pioneers a uniquely American style of dance that captivates audiences and inspires generations. The group’s passionate performances and innovative style radically changed the trajectory of dance.  Founder Martha Graham was known for creating movement rooted in social and psychological ideas and this innovative company continues to embody her groundbreaking spirit of ingenuity.  The program features two Center for the Arts debuts from Martha Graham, “Dark Meadow Suite” and “Deaths and Entrances.” The company will also perform the extraordinary piece – influenced by Martha Graham's pioneering work – “Inner Resources” by choreographer Marie Chouinard.  The group has performed in the most famous venues around the world from the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, to the Great Pyramids in Egypt, the Paris Opera House, and in the ancient Herod Atticus Theatre on the Acropolis in Athens. Experience first-hand the revolutionary dance that wows audiences around the world. This performance contains brief, partial nudity.