The Woods Hole Public Library continues its month-long series of lectures and films about dance in America this summer thanks to life-long Woods Hole summer resident Nancy Lassalle. The third presentation, on July 22, will feature a live, in-person talk by Anna Kisselgoff, dance critic and cultural news reporter for the New York Times.
Ms. Kisselgoff, who studied ballet starting at age 4, is an accomplished and awarded historian, author, dancer, lecturer, and critic who has been writing for the New York Times since 1968. Although she ended her employment with the Times in 2006, she continues to contribute occasional articles. Her lecture is titled “Dance in America: a Viewpoint,” and should hint at the depth and breadth of her knowledge and experience.
All these presentations are held in the lower level meeting room and will start at 7:30 PM. For more information, call the Library at 508-548-8961.