Bausch is very aware of the plight of women in contemporary society, and the imagery she chooses to reflect that concern’ (Climenhaga 1995, pg. 31).Throughout The Rite of Spring all production elements come together, costume, Stravinsky’s composition, the on-stage peat and Bausch’s choreography, in order to provoke thought within society regarding women and a patriarchal society.Pina Bausch’s approaches are tied in with making honest work, she gave a sheltered situation in which her performing artists could investigate physical activities. The significance of delicacy and regard in practice, for making a domain where individuals can open up, she was as much engaged with the sensitive individual development and the artists came to regard that. (Climenhaga 2008, pg. 43) In the early 1970s she constrained her artists to more extraordinary lengths of self-disclosure. In the mid-1970s, she made Come Dance With Me, which was an investigation of sexual savagery and sex generalizations.To conclude, the research compiled and analysed throughout this essay, has summarised that Pina Bausch has developed dance theatre since the 1970s, with help from her 1975 production of The Rite of Spring broke boundaries tackling controversial topics of gender construction, rape, and death. The choreography movement from Vaslav Nijinsky and Pina Bausch, were similar with concerns to the out of the box ideas both practitioners had at the time, of creation with regards to the social society at the time. Researching Rhoda Unger’s idea of gender construction, she identifies in reflection to The Rite of Spring, ‘the social context and the human capacity for learning critically influence behaviours identified as masculine and feminine’,(Mustin, pg. xi) something which Judith Butler supports stating You do not have gender first and then choose to perform it; rather, gender is created by the act of your performance. This performance is informed by what is already historically constituted as gender and is performed by the individual through acts of the body. (Miscellanea 2013) The difference in behaviour regarding the men and women is shown extremely vividly within the performance brought together by the theatrical elements, such as space, staging, repetitive choreography and Igor Stravinsky’s composition.