The Nation’s Largest African American Video Oral History Collection Mobile search icon Mobile close search icon
Advanced Biography Search
Mobile navigation icon Close mobile navigation icon

Share on Social Media

Description

On July, 29, 2004, The HistoryMakers was proud to present An Evening With Jeni LeGon in partnership with the Illinois Humanities Council at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Illinois. This event featured a screening of dancer Jeni LeGon’s biographical film, Living in a Great Big Way, followed by a moderated discussion with Dr. LeGon by Fox News anchor Robin Robinson. LeGon, a preeminent African American tap dancer and the first African American to sign a long-term contract in Hollywood, delighted the standing room only audience with tales of Bill Bojangles, Hollywood and growing up in Chicago. This program also served as the kick-off event for the Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s Rhythm Asia series at the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Title Sponsor

Illinois Humanities Council

Date and Time

Thursday, July 29, 2004

Location

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
220 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
United States