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FEBRUARY 2014 

Tickets now on sale to come support Cat LaCohie representing Miss England in this year’s Queen Of The Universe Pageant supporting the charity UNESCO

Pageant will be taking place at the beautiful Saban Theater in Beverley Hills, March 16th 2014. Red Carpet event at 6pm, show starts 7pm, VIP after party from 9pm.

Come join us in a glamourous celebration of,  “gorgeous, strong, inspiring women, committed to using their position and influence to better the lives of others.”

********Discount tickets are no longer available but full price are now on sale HERE **********

MISS ENGLAND IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:

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FEBRUARY 2014

Check out this inspiring interview with Cat LaCohie featured in this month’s Business Heroine Magazine – ‘For the Entrepreneur who says she will, and does!’

Cat talks candidly on the personal and spiritual benefits of performing in the world of Burlesque and how performing as her ‘character’ Vixen DeVille has inadvertently enhanced the ‘person’ and ‘actress’ Cat LaCohie.

View and read the full article here:

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JANUARY 2014

Cat is now back in LA having finished preliminary shoots for British Action Feature Film, ’301 Troop: Arawn Rising’ playing the role of ‘Katie Michaels’.

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Check out my 301 TROOP GALLERY to see some sneak-peak production stills and poster images.

Follow ’301 Troop’ by ‘liking’ here on FACEBOOK for more info and updates.

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HIGHLIGHTS OF  2013

Sultry Sweet Burlesque and Variety Show  - Monthly at El Cid

Cat LaCohie is currently performing monthly as the resident host of ‘Sultry Sweet Burlesque’ at El Cid. Appearing as her alter ego Vixen DeVille - This show is like no other! Come enjoy a sexy, evening of burlesque w/ live musical accompaniment, singing, dancing, aerial trapeze, fire dancing, macabre sideshow performances, magical feats, comedy and so much more…

 

 

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 March 2013 Cat LaCohie voted  to become a finalist for NexTVEntertainment Talent Search

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REVIEWS for Cat LaCohie:

‘What Is Art’ – Arts Du Spectacle. Jan-Feb 2013

“..from the rear of the stage the curtain parts to reveal. . . Vixen DeVille! As if she wasn’t absolutely gorgeous, with my favorite quality in a woman—a devious and amazing sense of humor—it turns out she’s a fire eater!…this was more than worth the price of admission for me: a gorgeous, hilarious, sexy Brit. . . “


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‘MARRY F**K OR KILL’ – The Mirror Theatre – 2012
“This raw and sobering look at the oft-turbulent and unforgiving single life is both incandescent and brutally naked, yet misses not a beat. Indeed, this is one of the most powerful and robust plays this critic has seen this year…Cat Lacohie (Victoria) is sultry and believable. She shows a deep understanding of her character.”

http://northhollywood.patch.com/articles/test-1c88dbe0

’7 CORPSES – DEATH BECOMES US’- The Complex Theatre 2012
“Special credit must go to ‘Death Becomes Us’s John Rushing and Cat LaCohie. This opening act tells a love story of ghosts with a twist, defining the term “soulmate” in a whole new way. Their performances were simple and surprisingly moving. But the denoument rests on Miss LaCohie’s shoulders, and she creates a performance of heartbreaking believability and forgiveness.”

http://www.goldstar.com/events/hollywood-ca/7-corpses?reviews=all#reviews

‘MISSING DICK’ – The Mirror Theatre 2012
“It is rare to find the subject of a play that is so unique that it may never leave your mind…The subject is so well dealt with that you forget this is a farce…Cat LaCo

hie (Charlotte) combines a sexuality, femininity and wisdom to give a performance only an old soul can.”
http://northhollywood.patch.com

“Dick has had sex-change surgery, and he’s now a curvaceous blonde named Charlotte…LaCohie plays her with voluptuous aplomb.”
Neal Weaver – Backstage.com

“This cleverly written play by Gordon Bressack also explores today’s sexual choices and asks us to question lots of ‘what ifs’. Especially good performances by Cat LaCohie and Jed Moran.”
Hettie Lynne Hurtes – KPCC

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