Since Margaret Jenkins formed her San Francisco-based group in 1973, she has created an impressive body of work, with over 80 dances created on her company, as well as other troupes in the United States, Asia and Europe. A fifth-generation San Franciscan, Jenkins began her training there before spending formative years in New York City where she studied with José Limón, Martha Graham, and Merce Cunningham. She was a member of Twyla Tharp’s original company and was a longtime teacher at the Merce Cunningham Studio. The Margaret Jenkins Dance Company has specialized in cross-cultural collaborations and multi-disciplinary presentations, such as the work seen here with its video projections and layered sound design. Woman Window Square depicts a woman looking out of her window onto a public square, watching all of the dramas played out there.