at the speed of time is a contemporary work made with a commission from RAW. This clip is taken from my performance at the very special, 2017 Cape Dance Festival.… Read More


Speaking as embodied/somatic researcher in collaboration with Associate Professor Kim Jones from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte as literal/ephemeral researcher and choreographer –  we presented the process and methodology for our research and embodiment of the contemporary re-imagining of Martha Graham’s lost dance, Imperial Gesture (1935) to The Arts in Society Conference, 2017 in Paris, France.… Read More


The Moving Beauty Series proudly returns to production with Blakeley White-McGuire’s “Open for Transmission”. Ms. White-McGuire invites you to this captivating evening of dance and spoken word. Using the power of beautiful bodies in motion and innovative audience engagement, “Open For Transmission” will stimulate your mind and transport your spirit to a new dimension. It’s… Read More


A documentary with the University of Louisiana at Lafayette showing our communal process of working together from far away. Using Post-modernist dance “scores” and Skype as our sandboxes, the dancers on this project made their way – and made it work. 15 Scores by Blakeley White-McGuire from jon rabalais on Vimeo.… Read More


Review excerpted from Philip Gardner’s Oberon’s Grove, 2016. Blakeley White-McGuire as Jocasta in Martha Graham’s NIGHT JOURNEY Hibbard Nash Photography Thursday April 14th, 2016 – Celebrating their 90th anniversary, The Martha Graham Dance Company opened their season at City Center with a program that featured two Graham masterpieces, a world premiere, and a powerful Mats… Read More


Here are two post from the Art Blogger, Philip Gardner. Here are some images from the Martha Graham Dance Company‘s 2015 season at The Joyce. Read about the first of three programmes the Company are presenting… Graham @ The Joyce 2015 – Part I Gallery: Graham @ The Joyce 2015  … Read More


“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