At the Kennedy Heights Art Center: Local performing artists interpret the theme of All Things Considered, exploring myths and legends, in two free performances in the gallery, including: The Empty Room by choreographer Diane Germaine and This is Narcissus by theatre artist Eileen Tull.2:00 - Performances of "The Empty Room" danced by Michelle Bump-Morano, and "This is Narcissus" by Eileen Tull2:45 - Poetry reading and slam plus storytelling presented by Diane Germaine and Eileen Tull.3:30 -…See More
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Eileen Tull is a performance artist, poet, and theatre artist currently based in Chicago in the United States. She previously lived and worked in Cincinnati and the San Francisco Bay Area. Her work has additionally been seen in Philadelphia, Dayton, Indianapolis, Boca Raton, Tampa, and New York City.