oh! getting back onstage afer so many years! GLORIOUS!
my Woman described in reviews as:
“quirky and enigmatic” “deliciously mischievous” “full of energy and sheer theatricality”
what a script. what a theatre company. what terrific fun.
and 2 weeks later in a completley opposite role bringing Lawrence Aronovitch’s Sister to life, with In-The-Moment Theatre and the wonderful acting partner Jennifer Valance. directed by the talented Tony Babcock. so. much. fun. even though the material is heartbreaking … Aronovitch – watch out for his intelligent and beautiful work.
“Both my guest and I were blown away … Cockman and Vallance are vibrant actors, and their chemistry was incredible. Every word they spoke was imbued with double-speak so that by the end, you didn’t know what exactly you were meant to believe. The dialogue is a thing of beauty.”
“The women pace and confront each other with eyes that are hungry both for each other and for their goals. They are both riveting.”
And here are excerpts from my 2009 production of Nana.