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Check it out! A new dance mix from More & Co. to celebrate Obama’s reelection last night! Recorded at our MASS MOCA screening over the summer. 
From More & Co.:

We are in a PARTYING mood after last night! Presented here in its entirety, previously unreleased and recorded live, the Girl Walk // All Day @ MASS MOCA afterparty mix. You can dance if you want to. It’s totally ok. A few notes about this mix…
 There are no edits in this mix. People were dancing during the recording of this mix. A lot of people. 100% vinyl was used in this mix. There is no tracklist for this mix. This mix is to be used for DANCE PURPOSES ONLY, even if you have to dance at your desk. xo

Check it out! A new dance mix from More & Co. to celebrate Obama’s reelection last night! Recorded at our MASS MOCA screening over the summer. 

From More & Co.:

We are in a PARTYING mood after last night!

Presented here in its entirety, previously unreleased and recorded live, the Girl Walk // All Day @ MASS MOCA afterparty mix.

You can dance if you want to. It’s totally ok.

A few notes about this mix…


There are no edits in this mix.
People were dancing during the recording of this mix. A lot of people.
100% vinyl was used in this mix.
There is no tracklist for this mix.
This mix is to be used for DANCE PURPOSES ONLY, even if you have to dance at your desk.
xo

More & Co. pumps up the volume one more time and gets our feet moving in THE ORANGE SQUARE. Filmed live at Mass MoCA, August 4, 2012. 

Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! 

Very belated (still trying to recover our other CF card), but a few more photos of the fantastic screening at MASS MoCA in early August. Dance on! 

A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 
*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 
*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 
*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 
*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 
*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 
*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 
*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 
*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 
*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. 

A few iPhone snaps* from last Saturday’s fantastic show up at Mass MoCA. What a blast. Thanks to the staff at the museum, the always stellar team of MAV, RTS and CDR at More & Co., John Doyle for his killer performance, X-Men Screen Test, Live at MASS MoCA, and to all who came out for some grand ol’ open-air dancing. 

*our CF card crashed and we’re trying to revive it! Hope to have better quality photos to share with you soon. 

Check out these awesome photos from More & Co. at MASS MoCA last weekend and keep an eye on their blog for more dance goodness to come. 

Check out these awesome photos from More & Co. at MASS MoCA last weekend and keep an eye on their blog for more dance goodness to come. 

The staff at MASS MoCA are so pumped for this Saturday’s screening of Girl Walk // All Day, they made their own version, dancing through through the entire museum. We’re so pumped. [GET YOUR TICKETS HERE]

This weekend, John Doyle takes the stage at Mass MoCA in North Adams, MA with a new performance, X-MEN SCREEN TEST, LIVE AT MASS MoCA. John describes the performance below. Come out and see it live at Mass MoCA this Saturday, August 4th at 9:00 p.m. John’s piece will be followed by a courtyard screening of Girl Walk // All Day, and a dance party with DJs King Roomie Rock and CDR.  [BUY TICKETS: $15 adv / $19 at the door] In May of 2012 I was solicited by Hollywood Producer. Hollywood Producer said he was developing a number of projects and wanted to know if he could be in touch regarding opportunities where movement and physical characterization were pivotal to the roles. In late June, he asked me to put myself on video for a new blockbuster but he couldn’t tell me the title or share details about the script. THis is very common in Hollywood. When preparing to make THe Dark Night, the studio released casting notices for what they called “Rory’s First Kiss,” but many cracked the code when they continued reading, “a Warner Bros. production directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Christopher Bale and Gary Oldman.” Hollywood Producer told me I would be in consideration for a film “based on a major comic series featuring a group of young misfits who carry a gene that gives them extra strengths.” I felt that recording a live performance would be more exhilarating and riskier than making a heavily staged and edited reel. With a live, outdoor performance scheduled at MASSMoCA, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to film the screen test.   
GZA’s 4 solo albums played a large role during the creative process for this screen test. They evoke stories of young warriors choosing their path and the character I will play parallels this in that he has recently discovered why he is different from regular humans and is not clear on what to do with his powers. In “Life Is A Movie” GZA and RZA deliver graphic lyrics about the high stakes of filmmaking by cleverly including details about all aspects of production, from script details,”I got scientist killas that’ll jam your cell phone, send a text message, kill you off with a ringtone,” to production, “Gaffer slapped with the slate for being late, craft services got nervous and dropped 100 plates,” to finances, “Box office hit and Blockbuster smash, two hundred mil’ budget and still recouped the cash.” The chorus laments, “And sometime’s I feel like my life is a movie,” which is an awesomely post-modern declaration about living intimately with media and entertainment. This is the era of living as a show. I think about the people who go to Comic-Con and similar conventions to live for days as the characters they are in love with. I think about the victims at the Batman screening in Aurora who initially thought the killer was an actor hired by the studio to give the midnight premiere more impact. There was a sensation that they could be part of the Batman experience, that the movie was not contained to the screen, that the thrill might come right off the screen and into the theatre, and that was a totally reasonable explanation for the toxic gas and bullets. I probably would have thought the same thing. 

This weekend, John Doyle takes the stage at Mass MoCA in North Adams, MA with a new performance, X-MEN SCREEN TEST, LIVE AT MASS MoCA. John describes the performance below. Come out and see it live at Mass MoCA this Saturday, August 4th at 9:00 p.m. John’s piece will be followed by a courtyard screening of Girl Walk // All Day, and a dance party with DJs King Roomie Rock and CDR. 

[BUY TICKETS: $15 adv / $19 at the door]

In May of 2012 I was solicited by Hollywood Producer. Hollywood Producer said he was developing a number of projects and wanted to know if he could be in touch regarding opportunities where movement and physical characterization were pivotal to the roles. In late June, he asked me to put myself on video for a new blockbuster but he couldn’t tell me the title or share details about the script. THis is very common in Hollywood. When preparing to make THe Dark Night, the studio released casting notices for what they called “Rory’s First Kiss,” but many cracked the code when they continued reading, “a Warner Bros. production directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Christopher Bale and Gary Oldman.” Hollywood Producer told me I would be in consideration for a film “based on a major comic series featuring a group of young misfits who carry a gene that gives them extra strengths.” I felt that recording a live performance would be more exhilarating and riskier than making a heavily staged and edited reel. With a live, outdoor performance scheduled at MASSMoCA, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to film the screen test. 
 

GZA’s 4 solo albums played a large role during the creative process for this screen test. They evoke stories of young warriors choosing their path and the character I will play parallels this in that he has recently discovered why he is different from regular humans and is not clear on what to do with his powers. In “Life Is A Movie” GZA and RZA deliver graphic lyrics about the high stakes of filmmaking by cleverly including details about all aspects of production, from script details,”I got scientist killas that’ll jam your cell phone, send a text message, kill you off with a ringtone,” to production, “Gaffer slapped with the slate for being late, craft services got nervous and dropped 100 plates,” to finances, “Box office hit and Blockbuster smash, two hundred mil’ budget and still recouped the cash.” The chorus laments, “And sometime’s I feel like my life is a movie,” which is an awesomely post-modern declaration about living intimately with media and entertainment. This is the era of living as a show. I think about the people who go to Comic-Con and similar conventions to live for days as the characters they are in love with. I think about the victims at the Batman screening in Aurora who initially thought the killer was an actor hired by the studio to give the midnight premiere more impact. There was a sensation that they could be part of the Batman experience, that the movie was not contained to the screen, that the thrill might come right off the screen and into the theatre, and that was a totally reasonable explanation for the toxic gas and bullets. I probably would have thought the same thing. 
Just over 1 week till we head up towards MASS MoCA, site of an extraordinary collection of contemporary fine art work, housed in a historic former electric factory, hosts a summer screening and dance party in Courtyard C/Hunter Center outdoors at the museum. The event will feature a screening of the film, a selection of music videos and original shorts, a live dance performance by John Doyle, and a dance party with DJs CDR and King Roomie Rock from More & Co.  Members of the Girl Walk // All Day cast + crew will be at the screening in-person. 
Girl Walk // All Day Screening at MASS MoCA1040 MASS MoCA WayNorth Adams, MA 01247Saturday, August 4th9:00 p.m. Tickets: $15 advance / $19 day of / 10% member discountPurchase TicketsOpen to ALL AGES 

Just over 1 week till we head up towards MASS MoCA, site of an extraordinary collection of contemporary fine art work, housed in a historic former electric factory, hosts a summer screening and dance party in Courtyard C/Hunter Center outdoors at the museum. The event will feature a screening of the film, a selection of music videos and original shorts, a live dance performance by John Doyle, and a dance party with DJs CDR and King Roomie Rock from More & Co.  Members of the Girl Walk // All Day cast + crew will be at the screening in-person. 

Girl Walk // All Day Screening at MASS MoCA
1040 MASS MoCA Way
North Adams, MA 01247
Saturday, August 4th
9:00 p.m.

Tickets: $15 advance / $19 day of / 10% member discount
Purchase Tickets
Open to ALL AGES 

We’re working on a super lineup of shows this summer, including an August 4th outdoor screening at MASS MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) with DJs King Roomie Rock + CDR from More & Co. and a live dance performance by John Doyle. 
Yesterday, Bershire On Stage announced MASS MoCA’s full summer lineup, and if you’re in the northeast, you should be sure to catch what’s going to be a fantastic few months of outdoor shows that tap the worlds of music-film-dance-installation and more. The lineup includes bands Real Estate, Patrick Watson and Wilco, the annual Bang on a Can Festival of Contemporary Music and David Byrne’s “unique theatrical experience,” Here Lies Love. 
The Girl Walk // All Day screening, sponsored by The Porches Inn, will light up the dance floor at 9:00 p.m. in Courtyard C. Tickets are available online ($15 advance, $19 day of, 10% discount for members). 
Read about the full summer lineup over at Berkshire On Stage. 

We’re working on a super lineup of shows this summer, including an August 4th outdoor screening at MASS MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) with DJs King Roomie Rock + CDR from More & Co. and a live dance performance by John Doyle. 

Yesterday, Bershire On Stage announced MASS MoCA’s full summer lineup, and if you’re in the northeast, you should be sure to catch what’s going to be a fantastic few months of outdoor shows that tap the worlds of music-film-dance-installation and more. The lineup includes bands Real Estate, Patrick Watson and Wilco, the annual Bang on a Can Festival of Contemporary Music and David Byrne’s “unique theatrical experience,” Here Lies Love. 

The Girl Walk // All Day screening, sponsored by The Porches Inn, will light up the dance floor at 9:00 p.m. in Courtyard C. Tickets are available online ($15 advance, $19 day of, 10% discount for members). 

Read about the full summer lineup over at Berkshire On Stage