Virtual Commissions8 videos
Dance We Must: Irene Rodríguez's "Following My Dream"
"Following My Dream" Performance and Choreography: Irene Rodríguez Music: Noel Gutiérrez Costume Design: Irene Rodríguez Editing: Ernesto Joven Produced & edited by Nel Shelby Productions.
Dance We Must: Jabu Graybeal's "Breezy"
Improvisation: Jabu Graybeal Music: Jabu Graybeal "Breezy" was commissioned by Jacob's Pillow and premiered in June 2020 for Dance We Must: A Virtual Benefit. Produced & edited by Nel Shelby Productions.
Dance We Must: Daniel Ulbricht & Danielle Diniz's "Over the Moon with You in June"
Choreography: Danielle Diniz Performance: Danielle Diniz and Daniel Ulbricht Music: Stan Freeman and Jack Lawrence “Over The Moon With You In June” had its premiere during #DANCEWEMUST: A Virtual Event Supporting Jacob’s Pillow on June 20th, 2020.
STILL | Francesca Harper + The School at Jacob's Pillow
Choreographed by Francesca Harper in collaboration with the dancers of the Contemporary Program of The School at Jacob's Pillow, "Still" is a dance film inspired by the courage of the civil rights movement. Set to an original score by Arcoiris Sandov
swallowthemoon | A film by Okwui Okpokwasili and Peter Born
"swallowthemoon" Created by Okwui Okpokwasili & Peter Born Commissioned by Jacob's Pillow Cinematography: Erica Spizz With support from Jeffrey Davis & Michael Miller. Special thanks to Sandra Burton & Williams College & gratitude to Umechi Born.
rock is broken | A film to commemorate the Doris Duke Theatre
"rock is broken" ↓ A film by: Liz Sargent Eiko Otake Minos Papas Directed by Liz Sargent Performed by Eiko Otake Produced by Pamela Tatge & Minos Papas Featuring music by David Harrington Cinematography & Editing: Minos Papas & Liz Sargent
PROPHET: Learn Me, Led Me, Fed Me
PROPHET: Learn Me, Led Me, Fed Me 7NMS + SiriusShapeShifters + M62Photography Commissioned by Jacob's Pillow. Associate Curator Melanie George
Get the Lite: A Portrait of Chrybaby Cozie, pioneer of the Harlem-founded dance form litefeet
"Get the Lite" is a portrait of Chrybaby Cozie, a pioneer of the Harlem-founded dance form litefeet. Chrybaby performs a solo on Harlem’s infamous Kingdome basketball court, which is widely regarded as one of the birthplaces of litefeet culture.