KC Fringe 2018: Debut of an Autobiography Danced

Debut of an Autobiography Danced, a One-Woman Show

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At Fringe Festival KC
Saturday, July 21 (8 pm)
Sunday, July 22 (5 pm)
Monday, July 23 (8 pm)
Friday, July 27 (8 pm)
Saturday, July 28 (3:30 pm)
Tickets on Sale Beginning July 2nd

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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. Inner Reformation: An Autobiography Danced began in 2016 after an intense health crisis. The dancer, Tessa Priem, sought to share her life story with her children and determined to do so through movement. Come see this production that reveals the life of another human as she shares with you her happiness, heartache and healing!
Fringe Festival KC opens July 19th and closes July 29th
To learn more about “Inner Reformation: An Autobiography Danced,” 
Tickets on sale at kcfringe.org beginning July 2nd
Tickets are $10 (plus $5 for the Admission Button)

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