breath & electricity
A video poem by Tamera Lyn
Tamera made her Portland Center Stage debut in School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play (a co-production with Artists Repertory Theatre). She was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, studied theater performance at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, and moved to Portland to develop her craft with Portland Playhouse as an apprentice. She performed in Skeleton Crew and the world premiere of Wolf Play (Artists Repertory Theatre); In The Wake (Profile Theatre); and Bakkhai (Shaking the Tree). Tamera has also done filmmaking work in Portland with NW Documentary and Open Signal Labs. She produces her visual work with Sunflower Creations, a production vessel she created as an undergrad. Tamera has created Wilted Flowers, Close Your Eyes, Road 35, and others. Watch her bloom at tameralyn.com. peace + blessings
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