You Can Still See Her []
By Douglas Crimp, ARTFORUM International Magazine, January 2011 Issue, Jan 1, 2011
Forever Young: Some Thoughts on Selected Choreographies of the 1970s – 1990s Today []
By Trisha Brown, with Susan Rosenberg, Nov 14, 2009
On the occasion of the Company's performances at Dia: Beacon in Beacon, NY. Published in the program notes. read more...
Brown and Rauschenberg: Forays into Collaboration Trisha Brown and John R. Killacky in Conversation []
Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College September 24, 2009 Loew Auditorium, Hood Museum of Art , Nov 18, 2009
Dancing? "It's Awesome" []
By MJ Thompson, The Brooklyn Rail, May 1, 2009
Sometimes, rust doesn’t sleep. And badass, rock n’ roll longevity takes the form of a 72-year-old grandmother of four, pacing her loft, demonstrating bits of choreography.

40 Years of Creations, Onstage and on Paper []
By CLAUDIA LA ROCCO, The New York Times, Apr 24, 2009
A GRAYING water tower breaks up the blue sky beyond the large front windows of the SoHo loft Trisha Brown has lived in since 1973 and now shares with her husband, the visual artist Burt Barr. The hulking wooden structure conjures her 1971 site-specific work “Roof Piece,” in which a line of dancers, led by Ms. Brown and staggered across multiple city blocks in SoHo, played a sort of visual game of telephone, moving their limbs as if transmitting mysterious messages.
A Beautiful MIND []
By Lisa Kraus, Dance Magazine, Apr 1, 2005
Never tired of challenges, Trisha Brown soars from edgy, gravity bending work to the classical purity of Paris Opéra Ballet, as the Trisha Brown Dance Company Celebrates its 35th anniversary. read more...

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