Women For '17 Festival's Inside/Out Free Performance Series
Location: Becket, MA
Ethnicity: All ethnicities
Celebrating its 85th Anniversary season, Jacob's Pillow, home to America's longest-running dance festival and a recipient of the National Medal of Arts, is now accepting applications for the 2017 Festival's Inside/Out free performance series.
Inside/Out performances occur every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 6:15-7pm throughout the annual Festival. An essential part of the Pillow's mission and a beloved tradition, Inside/Out performances are free and open to the public, featuring family-friendly and diverse dance styles ranging from classical ballet and hip-hop to tap, and folkloric dance. It is a venue geared especially toward educating audiences about dance in a casual outdoor setting, and giving the opportunity to all people, regardless of their financial means, to experience dance.
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The Inside/Out performance series includes both new and established dance companies in a variety of genres from across the United States. Festival 2016 Inside/Out artists included tap, swing, and lindy-hop fusion company Caleb Teicher & Dancers; Gaga-based artist Danielle Agami's Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY; traditional Indian dance artist Preeti Vasudevan & Thresh Performing Arts; Utah-based ballet ensemble Christopher Ruud & The Stars of Ballet West; the folkloric Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble; and a lecture demonstration by Urban Bush Women, among many others.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for the 2017 Festival, June 17, 2017-August 27, 2017.
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