Dance: Deborah Hay's Richmond Hall

Photo by Rino Pizzi

Deborah Hay and six other dancers perform her site-specific new work Richmond Hall at the museum's permanent Dan Flavin installation. A member of the Judson Dance Theater, Hay was instrumental in the founding of postmodern dance. In October 1966, she took part in the legendary 9 Evenings: Theater and Engineering at New York's 69th Regiment Armory. Winner of a 2004 Bessie award, she was among the 21 American performing artists who recently received one of the first Doris Duke Artists Award. Deborah Hay has lived in Austin since 1976.



Menil Collection Richmond Hall
1500 Richmond Ave.
Houston, TX 77006


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