• Interview: Trisha Brown (2005)

    By: Edward A. Martenson, Chair of Theater Management at Yale School of Drama

    Trisha Brown has been called the most widely acclaimed choreographer of the postmodern era.  She has collaborated with Robert Rauschenberg, John Cage, and Laurie Anderson, among others.  Brown studied modern dance at Mills College in the 1950’s, and was a founding member of the Judson Dance Theater in the ‘60’s. In 1970 she formed the Trisha Brown Dance Company – an all-female troupe until 1979 – and it has performed and conducted residencies throughout the US and Europe.    The Company has a rehearsal studio and office facility in New York, where it rents space at subsidized rates to other dance companies and choreographers.


    Trisha Brown (2005) [INTERVIEW]
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