Pictured: Tessa Priem. Photo by Samantha Smith.
Tessa Priem will bring her one-woman show INNER REFORMATION: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY DANCED to KC Fringe Festival later this month.
Developed in 2016 after Priem experienced an intense health crisis that left her near death, INNER REFORMATION will make its debut at The Todd Bolender Center for Dance and Creativity July 21st – July 28th.
From the press release: “Beginning in the womb, movement and expression tell the story of a joyous character confronted with regrets, depression, and dying dreams. In this autobiography danced, the main character asks herself “what do you love most” as she moves through her narrative of closure and renewal.”
For more information on INNER REFORMATION visit innerreformation.org
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