United Fall is: Emma Martin (choreographer), Pádraig Heneghan (producer) and Peter Jordan (production).
Emma Martin started making shows in 2010, following a prolonged hiatus as a ballet dancer during which she waitressed, drew and studied Russian. United Fall was formed in 2015. She creates works that often combine dance, live music, theatre and distinct visual universes, always with the raw expression of dance as it's driving force.
Regular collaborators include: Justine Cooper, Stephen Dodd, Oona Doherty, Stephanie Dufresne, Catherine Fay, Tom Lane and Luca Truffarelli
Recent productions Emma has collaborated on include: Arlington (Landmark/ Galway International Arts Festival 2016, Abbey Theatre, St. Ann's Warehouse), Danse, Morob (Olwen Fouéré/ The Emergency Room), Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre 2016), Romeo & Juliet (Gate Theatre, Dublin 2015), Luck Just Kissed You Hello (HotForTheatre/ Galway International Arts Festival 2015), Teh Internet is a Serious Business (Royal Court 2014). Martin was a drummer in the DIY no-wave band You can call me Frances.
Organisations we have been presented, supported, produced by and collaborated with include: Dublin Theatre Festival, Dance Ireland, VISUAL, Carlow County Council, Dublin Dance Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival, Carlow Arts Festival, Irish National Opera, Galway International Arts Festival, Irish Arts Center, Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival, Modul Dance, Culture Ireland. We are company in residence at Visual Centre for Contemporary Art and Emma is an associate artist of Dance Ireland. United Fall is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland.