Jacob's Pillow Pictures Are Up!

I’ve finally posted my pictures from the dance festival this week in my photo album here. Just double-click on each picture for a larger photo and the caption. I tried to get as many pictures as I could of Rasta Thomas and his “Bad Boys of Dance” performing at the free outdoor show prior to their actual in-theater debut. I was also blown away by Zimbabwean dance-maker Nora Chipaumire of “Urban Bush Women” performing a solo called “Dark Swan” so I have several of her, as well as Argentinian choreographer Jimena Paz performing on that same outdoor stage immediately after Chipaumire. I will blog about all the dance performances I saw very shortly!

I also included our goofy adventures (barely) surviving a modern dance class at the Pillow and side-trips to the Norman Rockwell museum and a Shaker Village. Enjoy :)

7 Comments

  1. Thanks for posting these photos. It made me miss the Pillow so much though. I was just talking to someone today about how I used to make a yearly trip there just as it got really hot in DC.

  2. Hi Boris! Thanks for visiting my blog! This was my first time at the Pillow and it was such a great experience. I just want to go back… Funny, I expected it to be a lot cooler up there, but it was really hot and humid, just like down here. There’s no escape from the heat! I’m glad you enjoyed the photos.

  3. I love all your pictures!! I’ve always wanted to visit the Pillow (and the Berkshires in general). I’m glad you such a good time. Can’t wait to read your write-ups.

  4. please review rasta thomas’ performance! :) can’t wait to hear about it…

  5. Well you’ve really whet my appetite for Jacob’s Pillow. I love the Berkshires and have spent a little time there for various things but never the Pillow. A must-do for next summer. Thanks for the pics!
    Barbara

  6. Oh, Tonya…I meant to tell you how hot & sticky it can be up there in the Berkshires. I love your photos and can’t wait for this Thursday when Wei & I leave for my first trip to the Pillow in a decade and Wei’s first ever.

  7. Thanks, you guys — I’m glad everyone liked the pictures! Jennifer, I’m almost done with the post — it’s just taking longer than I expected — plus, I absolutely had to go back to that Michalek exhibit tonight, for one last time :(

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