Daniel Wakin wrote
in today's New York Times
that, due to ill health, Trisha Brown will step down from her company.
She named the longtime collaborators Diane Madden and Carolyn Lucas as associate artistic directors. Both have danced for Ms. Brown since the 1980s and moved into other roles. Ms. Lucas became Ms. Brown’s choreographic assistant, and Ms. Madden became rehearsal director.
The company will immediately begin a three-year international farewell tour to present Ms. Brown’s more traditional stage works, as well as plan to produce site-specific dances. It will also establish an archive and create a Web site of Brown materials.
The Brown company consulted with the people who set up the Cunningham plan, although they seemed to have stopped short of announcing eventual closure of the company.
It's great that, as the article said, the cataloging was started in 2009.