is best known for her pioneering work combining low-flying trapeze with contemporary dance. She has received recognition as a solo performer (Isadora Duncan Award, 1985), as a choreographer (NEA Choreographer's Fellowship, 1992), and as a teacher/artist (Fawn Yacker's documentary Can You See Me Flying — a Portrait of Terry Sendgraff on PBS, 1990).
Terry combines ground and aerial choreography utilizing all dimensions of the performance space, with a style described as "strikingly beautiful ... intoxicating"
(East Bay Express). She calls her work Motivity and carefully blends that which is feminist, spiritual, and tacitly political.
Ms. Sendgraff was one of the guest choreographer/performers in Façade — an Entertainment.