People, Mar. 25, 1974

"Who knows what possible frescoes are inside the skull?" Thus Octogenarian Martha Graham cryptically advertised her new work, Holy Jungle, based on William Goyen's novel, House of Breath. Next month she is presenting on Broadway what she describes as her most ambitious season ever, a three-week repertory that will include six major Graham revivals plus six performances of Clytemnestra and a reworking of last season's Mendicants of the Evening. Graham will star in the gala opening—as a commentator, not a dancer.

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