(Columbia, 1982, 116 minutes)
Michael Dorsey (Dustin Hoffman) is a struggling actor whose reputation for being difficult puts the kibosh on all of his attempts to find work. When he hears of an opening for a female doctor on a long-running soap opera, he goes under cover as Dorothy Michaels and lands the part. There are, of course, many of the expected obstacles to overcome, but beneath all of that beats a movie with a real heart. By the end of the movie, Michael Dorsey is a much better man because he had the opportunity to experience life from a woman’s point of view. The film also stars Jessica Lange, Charles Durning, Teri Garr, Dabney Coleman and Bill Murray. This film is a modern-day classic!
The Library is closed today in observance of Labor Day.
The Dry Grass of August. by Anna Jean Mayhew.
Board of Trustees Meeting
This program will be presented by Laura Mutsko, a Certified Senior Adviser and Medicare Supplement Accredited Adviser. She will highlight when and where to apply, what decisions you will need to make, what Medicare covers, cost of Medicare, and the difference between original Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans. Reservations are required as we need a minimum of 5 people for this class.