August 28, 2019 (Becket, MA)—Jacob’s Pillow announces public offerings for the fall season, featuring performances co-presented with local cultural partners, Pillow Parties, and more. Events take place September through December both offsite and on the Pillow’s 220-acre campus in Becket, MA. Jacob’s Pillow continues to strengthen its mission and activate its local and national presence by expanding offerings and extending resources beyond its acclaimed summer dance festival, as it moves forward on Vision’ 22, the organization’s five-year strategic plan.

“As another remarkable Festival season comes to an end, we’re excited to announce the many programs and events that Jacob’s Pillow will offer this fall, including the co-presentations, the Pillow’s first-ever Mini Ball, and a celebration onNorth Street as part of Pittsfield’s Third Thursday in honor of National Dance Day,” says Director Pamela Tatge.

Highlights include:

  • A celebration of National Dance Day and Pop-Up performance of Barkha Dance Company at Discover Pittsfield’s final Third Thursday of the season
  • Two Pillow Parties including a social Ballroom dance hosted with Berkshire Ballroom and a Mini Ball hosted by Jason A. Rodriguez featuring Vogue, Runway, a Best-Dressed Contest
  • Co-presentation of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award-winner Camille A. Brown’s Ink, the final installation of the critically-acclaimed trilogy on identity, at MASS MoCA
  • Immersive workshops and a newly imagined mentoring program offered as a satellite of the nationally-recognized dance teacher education program Dance Education Laboratory (DEL)

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