Last Dance is a 2002 documentary directed by Mirra Bank. The documentary chronicles the difficult collaboration between the avante garde and iconoclastic dance company Pilobolus and the famous children's author-illustrator Maurice Sendak as they try to create a theatre piece based on the holocaust and its haunting legacy. The dance company spends months improving in the studio and working with Sendak to create their vision together. The documentary includes behind the scenes rehearsal footage as well as interviews, rare footage from the holocaust, and performance footage, all of which brings the viewer closer and closer into the revelation of the creative process. The interviews include Arthur Yorinks, Robby Barnett, Michael Tracy and Jonathan Wolken. While Senak and the dance troupe argue and fight over the aesthetics of the play the end result is a fascinating and revelatory look into the mindset of creativity and the play itself became a powerful rendering of Sendak's vision.