Pearl Marill is an award winning actress, dancer, comedian and choreographer based out of San Francisco and Los Angeles. Isadora Duncan Dance Award Winner for “Outstanding Achievement in Ensemble Performance 2012,” and winner of “Shortlived 2016” short play festival, Pearl’s work has been shown at venues and festivals in the Bay Area including ODC Theater, CounterPulse, The Garage, Shotwell Studios, Dance Mission Theater, The Traveling Jewish Theater, ODC’s Pilot program and WestWave Festival. In Los Angeles, her work has been shown at the Electric Lodge, The Sweat Spot, The Clubhouse, and Glorya Kaufmann Hall at UCLA. With training in fine arts, sketch comedy, improvisation, and modern dance, Pearl’s interests lie in the intersection of multiple forms. Her research often revolves around subverting the messages of mainstream pop culture through her choreography, story-telling, and dance. Pearl's work can be seen nationally (ABC Dancing Fool's, commercial work for Pepsi), and locally in live theater, short films, corporate events and private parties.