Live from Brooklyn
Watch (or re-watch) the Mark Morris Dance Group’s May 2021 performances livestreamed from BRIC in Brooklyn, now available on Stage Access! Live From Brooklyn was directed by Barbara Willis Sweete, who has worked with Mark Morris twice before as the director of the 1995 film adaptation of Morris’s Dido and Aeneas and of Falling Down Stairs in 1997 with Yo-Yo Ma. Live From Brooklyn is included with Stage Access’ standard subscription (they offer a free 7-day trial). Stage Access is available only in the U.S. and Canada.
Conversations with Mark Morris
Watch Mark Morris in conversations with composer Nico Muhly, director Peter Sellars, and chef Alice Waters, hosted by journalist Paula Zahn. Hear what they had to say about art, music, food and more through a Stage Access subscription (Stage Access offers a free 7-day trial). Stage Access is available only in the U.S. and Canada.
MMDG Digital Library
Head to our YouTube channel to rewatch livestreams from the 40th Anniversary Digital Season, as well as last summer’s Listening Parties with Mark Morris and Colin Fowler, excerpts of your favorite Mark Morris dances, behind the scenes moments, interviews, and more.
While we have resumed in-person classes at the Mark Morris Dance Center, our vibrant community continues to dance together online! We continue to offer livestreamed and on-demand classes in addition to our in-person classes.
Dance for PD® Digital Resources
To support continued at-home practice of our Dance for PD community, we’re offering access to live-streamed classes and our full digital class library free of charge. We’re also waiving shipping costs for the 3-volume bundle of our At Home DVDs. Designed specifically for people living with Parkinson’s, all our resources can be enjoyed by and beneficial for anyone with mobility or balance concerns.
Digital Residencies for Colleges and Universities
The Mark Morris Dance Group now offers robust online residency programs for college dance departments. Our online residencies engage students through a customized set of experiences, which immerse dancers in Mark Morris’ work and creative process.