Dance-Performance

Lois Flood

When: Sat., March 8, 1 p.m. 2008

Born at 55 Geary Street in San Francisco and later a West Oakland resident, Isadora Duncan -- with a fondness for bare feet, faux-Grecian garb, and, fatally, long scarves -- is hailed as the founder of modern dance. To mark International Women's Day, Diablo Dance Company director Lois Flood interprets some of Duncan's dances at the Oakland Library's West Oakland Branch (1801 Adeline St., Oakland) on Saturday, March 8. Dance scholar Joanna Harris narrates. Refreshments will be served. 1 p.m. OaklandLibrary.org


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