Tara Cheyenne performs at Della Herman Theatre

Tara Cheyenne performance is described as a stand up comedy with dance breaks. Michael Grace-Dacosta photo
One of the many interactions Tara Cheyenne had with the audience at Della Herman Theatre on Nov. 16. Michael Grace-Dacosta photo
Jeanette Kotowich was the opening act for Tara Cheyenne last Friday. Michael Grace-Dacosta photo
Jeanette Kotowich performs the interpretive dance Elosie. Michael Grace-Dacosta photo
Jeanette Kotowich. Michael Grace-Dacosta photo
Tara Cheyenne with through a wide range of emotions during her one woman dance performance. Michael Grace-Dacosta photo
Tara Cheyenne show comments on society’s addiction to technology. Michael Grace-Dacosta photo
Tara Cheyenne tries to remember what she was saying. Michael Grace-Dacosta photo

By Michael Grace-Dacosta

Photos: Cheyenne one-woman performance explores themes of motherhood, trauma, using comedy and dance

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