Ted Shawn and Ruth St. Denis in 1916; photo courtesy Franklin Price Knott Aspen Santa Fe Ballet; photo Rosalie O'Connor
Ted Shawn Theatre; photo Christopher Duggan
Photo Ben Rudick photo Marta Fodor
Photo Christopher Duggan
Festival 2014 ends on August 24 but there are still many ways to experience the Pillow. This week is highlighted by our Festival Finale event, the ultimate dance celebration on Saturday, August 23. 

Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival is "the dance center of the nation" (The New York Times). The Pillow is home to America's longest-running dance festival, is a National Historic Landmark, and a recipient of the National Medal of Arts. 

Located in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts, the yearly Festival hosts more than 50 dance companies from around the world as well as 350 free and ticketed performances, talks, exhibits, films, classes, tours, and community events

Click here for 2014 Festival artists and special events. Our full schedule of more than 200 free events will be announced in late April. 

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