Hurricane
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Ted Shawn Theatre
Nina Ananiashvili and the State Ballet of Georgia
Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal
Barak Marshall's MONGER A Suzanne Dellal Centre Production
Armitage Gone! Dance
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company
CND2
Trey McIntyre Project
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
The Goteborg Ballet
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

Doris Duke Theatre
Dance Theatre of Harlem Ensemble
Camille A. Brown and Dancers

Shantala Shivalingappa
Pichet Klunchun Dance Company
Jacoby & Pronk and Dancers
Monica Bill Barnes & Company
Yin Mei Dance
Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion
Lucy Guerin Inc.
The Vanaver Caravan

Inside/Out
Amy Marshall Dance Company
Aniruddha Knight
Avi Scher & Dancers
ChavasseDance&Performance
Dancewave Company
Daniel Charon Dance
Decadancetheatre
Dušan Týnek Dance Theatre
Eyes of a Blue Dog Dance Theatre
¡Flamenco Revolución!
Isabel Gotzkowsky and Friends
Jennifer Nugent
Jessica Gaynor Dance
John-Mark Owen
kerPlunk dance
Korean Traditional Music & Dance Institute of NY
Lara Wilson
Malcolm Low\Formalstructure Inc.
Melanie Aceto Contemporary Dance
Nimbus Dance Works and Taipei Crossover Dance Company
Nutmeg Conservatory for the Arts
Purchase Dance Corps
Rennie Harris RHAW
Roger C. Jeffrey/Subtle Changes
skybetter and associates
Stefanie Nelson Dancegroup
The DASH Ensemble
The School at Jacob's Pillow: Ballet
The School at Jacob's Pillow: Contemporary
The School at Jacob's Pillow: Jazz/Musical Theatre Dance
The School at Jacob's Pillow: Tap
Thodos Dance Chicago
Viewpointe
Yesid Lopez Contemporary Dance
Zach Morris and Tom Pearson of Third Rail Projects

Co-Presentation with MASS MoCA
Stephen Petronio Company

Performers: 2010

2010 saw the Pillow's first-ever presentation of Thai dance by Pichet Klunchun and his company, the U.S. premiere of the dance-theatre work MONGER by Barak Marshall, and the Pillow debut of the all-male ballet troupe Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo.

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