The History of the World in 100 Performances: Bob Dylan

Lincoln Center

Before he was a Nobel laureate, he was a young, double-talking Woody Guthrie devotee from Minnesota. A show at a Greenwich Village café and a positive review in the New York Times would change everything. In the latest installment of his beloved series that investigates essential cultural moments, New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik with guest artists including The Tallest Man on Earth and poet Paul Muldoon dig into the legendary performance.

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