The Legacy of Isadora Duncan - A Dance Celebration of Her Life
October 24, 2011
Lois Flood, founder of Diablo Dance Theater, interprets the original choreography of the Isadora Duncan legacy. Learn how California-born Duncan became the first world-famous modern dancer, influencing art and fashion while becoming a symbol of women's emancipation.
The dance program, which includes a brief narrative on Duncan's life and accomplishments, is part of the Library's Celebration of the Centennial of Women's Suffrage in California.
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