For one thing, there was a pandemic last year (and this year), which canceled darn near everything. Then, in November, came the fire that destroyed the Doris Duke Theatre. Pamela Tatge: “We all want to make as much dance as possible happen for our artists and our audience, so, to lose one of our primary spaces was devastating. … What has been significant to us is people’s attachment to that space and to Jacob’s Pillow as a beacon for the field of dance. The outpouring of memories, of love and support, has been remarkable.” – Berkshire Eagle

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