SUCH GREAT HEIGHTS
I am very happy to receive the award for Outstanding Performance in the Independent Visions category of the 2014 Sarasota Film Festival. Thank you Sean Price Williams, Kate Sheil, and Matt Grady, and thank you for presenting your awards in the strangest way I have ever seen.
JOY KEVIN is great and I’m lucky to have played a part. If you want to see us, spread the word.
We three women of COCOON CENTRAL DANCE TEAM were pleased as punch to be interviewed by Dance Enthusiast on the upcoming Comedy in Dance Festival at Triskelion Arts. This is one of my favorite shows in NYC and we’re honored to participate three years running. Please come! If you’re new to dance, this is the perfect entrance to a lifetime of the best thing, and if you’re an old fan, then you’ll REALLY get it.
April 3 – 6, 2014
118 North 11th Street, 3rd Floor,
Brooklyn, NY 11249
OH BOY! COCOON CENTRAL DANCE TEAM HAS A NEW EPISODE OF ‘REHEARSAL!’
REHEARSAL: Excerpt from the Motion Picture BOUNCIN’
Episode 3 of REHEARSAL by my dance comedy friendos COCOON CENTRAL DANCE TEAM is maybe my favorite thing we’ve ever done. Dreams come true!
and again: REHEARSAL by COCOON CENTRAL DANCE TEAM
Get pumped on our new jammy jamboree. Lots of eps to come.
SXSW 2014 Music Video Competition
Passion Pit - “Cry Like a Ghost”
"DANIELS crafted a narrative surrounding one girl’s self-destructive behavior. Torn between lovers and in danger of spiraling out of control, the directors invented a visual language to augment her story by employing a combination of dance, hidden edits and complex staging the video seems to blur the boundaries of time and space and seems in danger of spinning out of control itself."
Tuesday, March 11th
Alamo Ritz 1
320 E. 6th Street
**I’ll be at this screening to answer your questions about why DANIELS are the best.
Friday, March 14
9:30PM - 11:00PM
Rollins Theatre at The Long Center
SXSW folks—you can see CRY LIKE A GHOST in the music video competition this year! Maybe you’ll see ME.
Philip Seymour Hoffman was the shining example on how acting can be generous, selfless and brave. I used to—and sometimes still—worry that performance is too self-indulgent of a career. Hoffman’s acting provides the reason why it isn’t about the performer, but about the work. Part of me always thought I’d get to work with him, if I tried hard enough. I wish I’d seen him onstage.
Take a look at that and tell me you don’t want to come. Zack Willis and I continue our Libby & Kevin Pawtuckett crusade across the city pre-SPANK tonight upstairs at The Creek and the Cave, 8pm, free. Huge added bonus: The hosts, who are incredible.