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Midnight at the palace : my life as a fabulous Cockette (edition 2004)

by Pam Tent

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David Weissman and Bill Weber wowed audiences at the 2002 Sundance Festival with their documentary The Cockettes. Now a founding member of the legendary troupe takes us inside this flamboyant ensemble of countercultural radicals. Arriving in San Francisco in 1969 from suburban Detroit, Pam Tent took to the stage at the Palace Theater in a cellophane hula skirt during an LSD-fuelled night out with a hippie friend. The Cockettes were born! Tent tells the story of the group's short life and their unique burst of artistic experimentation and chaos.… (more)
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A somewhat dazed telling of the glory days of a San Francisco gender-bending troupe. This book brought back memories of my early days - though I missed all the performances of the Cockettes. A good accompanying film to see is _I Am Divine_ (2013). ( )
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David Weissman and Bill Weber wowed audiences at the 2002 Sundance Festival with their documentary The Cockettes. Now a founding member of the legendary troupe takes us inside this flamboyant ensemble of countercultural radicals. Arriving in San Francisco in 1969 from suburban Detroit, Pam Tent took to the stage at the Palace Theater in a cellophane hula skirt during an LSD-fuelled night out with a hippie friend. The Cockettes were born! Tent tells the story of the group's short life and their unique burst of artistic experimentation and chaos.

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