Those looking for something to augment their TV viewing are in luck. The Martha Graham Dance Company YouTube Channel provides videos of recent performances from 2020, archival selections dating back to the 1930s, interviews with dancers and choreographers, and compilations that were previously aired on television. Welcoming viewers to the channel is a short video with artistic director Janet Eilber, featuring snippets of several stunning performances. The rest of the channel's videos range in length from brief clips to longer pieces. For example, viewers will find a 30-minute recording of Appalachian Spring from the 1940s, with choreography and costumes by Martha Graham and music by Aaron Copland. Readers will also find an hour-long interview between Lloyd Knight, a dancer who joined the Company in 2005, and Lorenzo Pagano, who joined in 2012. Readers looking to stay active may enjoy the "Graham On Demand" fundamental videos, where viewers can learn dance techniques from the professionals.