“Appalachian Spring” celebrates 70 years! March 20 and 22, catch the Martha Graham Dance Company’s performances of the masterpiece collaboration at 8:00 pm each night. http://bit.ly/1nRcJ0X Post by Martha Graham Dance Company.… Read More


Abstract: Live acts of falling in performance give form to the unseen force of gravity which is behind each initiation of our every earthly movement. In Re-examining the Inevitable Rise, Blakeley White-McGuire, Principal Dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company for over a decade, interweaves reflections on technical falling practices within the canon of historical… Read More


Beauty in Motion: Members of the Martha Graham Company http://gretnamusic.org/mag.htm Friday, August 30, 2013 7:30 PM Mt. Gretna Playhouse 1 Alpha Drive Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-361-1508 Physical grace meets contemporary thinking in choreography by Peter Sparling, Janet Eilber, Blakeley White-McGuire, Flor Villizan and XiaoChuan Xie set to the music of Missy Mazzoli, Jean-Phillipe Rameau, Zoe… Read More


  Museum of Arts and Design – Performance Details http://madmuseum.org/events/doug-elkins-rashaun-mitchell-ramya-ramharayan-and-blakeley-white-mcguire Doug Elkins, Rashaun Mitchell, Ramya Ramharayan and Blakeley White-McGuire Program Details Friday, May 17, 2013 – 7:30 pm $20 general / $15 members and students The Theater at MAD click here to purchase tickets, or call 1.800.838.3006 Program Description May finds former B-boy Doug Elkins… Read More


  Q&A with dancer Blakeley White-McGuire By Breanna Kerr | The Daily Tar Heel Updated: 04/25/13 9:14pm The Martha Graham Dance Company will close Carolina Performing Arts’ “The Rite of Spring at 100” celebration with a program titled “Myth and Transformation,” which is composed of multiple programs, including “The Rite of Spring.” Staff writer Breanna… Read More


View a video of dance-in-process – with the Martha Graham Dance Company and choreographer, Luca Veggetti for his work From the Grammar of Dreams . Video by XiaoChuan Xie.… Read More


“Recreating the Reign, the Better to Fall” By GIA KOURLAS Published: February 15, 2013 The New York Times Martha Graham always insisted that she was apolitical, but in 1935 she took a choreographic stand. The solo “Imperial Gesture,” created around the same time she turned down Nazi officials’ invitation to perform at the 1936 Olympic… Read More


THE DANCE ENTHUSIAST ©Christine Jowers 2011 Dancer, Choreographer, and frequent contributor to The Dance Enthusiast, Blakeley White-McGuire shares with us excerpts of  her newest choreographic endeavor These Worlds In Us and discusses her process, her  motivations, her thoughts on favorites, and more… continue reading here: “The Dance Enthusiast Asks”… Read More