Those of you who attend the special program given by the VWC’s Women’s Issues Committee, on Sunday, January 19th at Park Hall in Ben Lomond, will find out that Isadora Duncan was not only a remarkable dancer who broke away from the restricted movements of classical ballet that she felt deformed the female body, but she rejected the restrictions on women of the era and sought freedom of thought and action in every aspect of her life. This included visiting Russia and teaching there, establishing a dance school there, as well as in France and the US. She even lived there for several years starting in 1917 and married a Russian poet.
A remarkable dancer/historian, Lois Flood, will be providing an entertaining and enlightening evening about Isadora. The program has three sections covering various aspects of Isadora’s life and includes interpretations of her dances. Those who love dance, honor women, or are interested in history will all enjoy this presentation.
Save the date and plan to attend this remarkable free program with friends.