Famed dancer-director-choreographer Donald Saddler will discuss his career at New York Public Library of the Performing Arts on Jan. 25 as part of the library's 1998-99 season of free public programs. The event will take place in the Great Hall of Greenwich Village's Cooper Union (7 E. 7th St.), and admission is free.
Saddler won Tony awards for his choreography of Wonderful Town and No No Nanette. Other credits include Milk and Honey and On Your Toes.
Future dates in the series will feature playwright Robert Anderson (Feb. 1); and an examination of the Bowery Theatre District by Mary C. Henderson (Feb. 13).
For information on the series, call (212) 870-1630.
-- By Robert Simonson