For more than 30 years beginning in 1980, Trisha Brown enjoyed a close relationship with Jacob’s Pillow. Work on Brown’s iconic Set and Reset was begun with commissioning funds awarded by the Pillow, and the Company’s Pillow ties extended beyond Brown’s life to encompass the 2017 season. A founding member of the Judson Dance Theater along with Steve Paxton and others, Trisha Brown performed at the Pillow frequently during the 1980s and 1990s, presenting works such as Lateral Pass. Brown taught at the Pillow, created and premiered works here, performed on all three of the Pillow’s stages, and conducted creative residencies both during the summer and in the off-season. If You Couldn’t See Me is a dance in which the performer never faces the audience, and it represents the final solo that Trisha Brown created for herself.
EXPLORE MAURA KEEFE’S MULTIMEDIA ESSAY ON TRISHA BROWN