"The company was born out of the influences and inspirations of Europe’s seminal avant-garde theater collectives. Before arriving in New York in 1970, the would-be ensemble of Mabou Mines spent five years in Europe observing and studying the working methods of the Berliner Ensemble, the politics of the exiled Living Theater and the demands of physical training with Jerzy Grotowski. Since that time, Mabou Mines has created more than 120 works, and has been honored with more than 100 major awards."
Lee Breuer (), JoAnne Akalaitis (), David Warrilow (), Ruth Maleczech (), Dale Worsley (), Philip Glass (), Fred Neumann (), Bill Raymond (), Ellen McElduff (), Dawn Gray (), Julie Archer ()
Mabou Mines at NYU (1973), Mabou Mines at the Whitney Museum (1972), Mabou Mines Presents "The Red Horse Animation", "Come And Go" And "Play" (1971), Mabou Mines in Amsterdam (1972), Red Horse Animation, The (1970), Mabou Mines at Paula Cooper Gallery (1972), "Old Work and New Work" (1972), Mother (1994)