Once there was a woman named Trisha Brown. She was a beautiful lady who was amazing at being a choreographer and a dancer. She would inspire others and try to encourage them to try something new. She grew up learning how to dance and becoming a great dancer that was eventually awarded the MacArthur award.
A couple years later she was known for reshaping modern dance. She became one of the founders of the Judson Dance Theater in 1962. In 1970 she decided to go off onto own and was able to create dances for alternate spaces which are places where identities were very fragile and shy. Her dances included places like rooftops,walls, ropes, pullers to use and could deft gravity.
She was recognized for being able to change modern dance which affects what dance now looks like and is consisted of. When she was alive, with her Mac Arthur grant she was inspiring people to try dancing and try to become a choreographer.
She was able to influence others that they were able to dance. Trisha Brown won her MacArthur grant at age 55. In 2016, the New York Times article said that people were trying to bring back the Trisha Brown legacy back into the world because they loved what she was capable of her dances. She is remembered for her dedication, her attention to detail and art.