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Street and delivery address:
Jacob's Pillow Dance
358 George Carter Road
Becket, MA 01223
For information or to join our postal mailing list,
please contact us at the email address at the bottom of this page.

Box Office
Phone: 413.243.0745
Fax: 413.243.0749
Please do not e-mail ticket orders.

Group Sales
Melanie Stark, Ticket Services Manager
Phone: 413.243.9919 x137
Fax: 413.243.4744

The Café at Jacob's Pillow
Reservations: 413.243.0745
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Administration
Phone: 413.243.9919
Fax: 413.243.4744
Please click here for staff directory

Artist Submissions
Artists interested in performing at Jacob's Pillow should send a DVD or video (most formats are acceptable) of a recent, full performance - no excerpts please - to the attention of Ella Baff, Executive and Artistic Director, at the mailing address above. Please include a press kit if available. If you would like your materials returned, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Also, please note the technical specifications for theTed Shawn Theatre, the Doris Duke Theatre, and the Henry J. Leir Stage stage. Artists interested in the Inside/Out series, please click here for information.

National Dance Presenters Leadership Forum
Created out of a partnership between NEFA, Jacob's Pillow, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP), and Dance/USA, the the National Dance Presenters Leadership Forum brings together representatives from presenting organizations across the country to to improve their curatorial and practical command of dance presenting.

Advertising in Jacob's Pillow's Festival Program Book
Be a part of a premier arts institution and promote your business. For information about advertising in the Pillow's full-color Festival Program Book, please visit this page for advertising information and sponsorship packages or call Gregory Hughes at 413.243.9919 x131.

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"As one who has performed at the Pillow and attended performances there since the late 1950s, I've been delighted to see how audiences have grown, especially over the last twenty years. I mean grown in terms of broadening their definitions of dance."
- Deborah Jowitt for Berkshire Living

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