Jewish Women on the Map - Battery Park
As part of the celebrations of the centennial of the Statue of Liberty, Liz Lerman's Still Crossing was performed in Manhattan on July 11, 1986. The performance, part of a series of dance performances in a show called "Liberty Dances," brought together dancers from both of Lerman's companies: Dancers of the Third Age, a company of elderly dancers, and the younger Dance Exchange. The professional dancers were joined by members of the 92nd Street Y and a YWCA in Brooklyn in a piece that the New York Times reviewer described as simple but moving, with "dignity and eloquence."
See also: "Liz Lerman dance celebrates Statue of Liberty centennial", This Week in History; Dance Performance in the United States, Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia; "The Women That Frame Our World", Jewesses With Attitude.