Jack Anderson: Longtime Dance Critic for New York Times

From a New York Times obit by Alex Traub headlined “Jack Anderson. Longtime Dance Critic for The Times, Dies at 88”:

Jack Anderson, a writer on dance for The New York Times for about five decades who combined a historian’s learnedness with an enthusiast’s ardor for what was new and surprising, died in Manhattan. His death was confirmed by his husband and sole survivor, George Dorris,

Mr. Anderson, who wrote about 4,000 essays, reviews and other articles for The Times, found an opportunity to expound his philosophy of dance in 1990.