Dances of the Spirit: The Works of Isadora Duncan at Mount Auburn
Known as the "mother of modern dance," Isadora Duncan created a series of mourning dances following the accidental deaths of her two children in 1913. Dances by Isadora will perform these evocative dances of wind, sea, darkness, and light in Hazel Dell .
NOTE: Please bring a folding chair, stool, or blanket - this will be an outdoor performance with limited seating.
Funding for programs has been provided in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council .
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