Toba Singer

Toba Singer is former Senior Program Director of the Art and Music Center of the San Francisco Public Library. With a BA in History from the University of Massachusetts and a Masters in Library Science, she spent 30 years engaged in the struggles of working people as a steelworker, refinery worker, garment and airline worker. Her son James Gotesky dances with Houston Ballet. She is the author of First Position: a Century of Ballet Artists (Praeger 2007), and her book Fernando Alonso: the Art and Science of Ballet (University Press of Florida) will come out in September, 2011.

Apr 01, 2011
An Interview with Wayne McGregor

Jan 01, 2011
Alicia Alonso Turns 90 U.S. Dancers Honor Her in Havana

Nov 01, 2010
Repertoire Rights: The Legalities of Remounting Work