StuntDriver – NIGHTCREME
June 29 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm$15.00 - $20.00
A multi-media, immersive, dance rock performance art / installation experience. Amongst the heavy electro-industrial-experimental-gritty-dancerock soundtrack, you will meet The Influencer, the white leather-clad Drivers and some other fantastical, flawed creatures. Whilst teetering the line of Light/Dark and their dubious allegiance to The Influencer vía Janet-esque choreography and howling, icy-hot vocals, The Drivers will lead you down The Red Road with humor, brashness & absurdity. Be prepared to encounter The UnApproved and perhaps some otherworldly live musical entities. Walk into your fear – and don’t fret, you’ll have a disguise to accompany you in this strange, visceral yet familiar world. After all, isn’t it time we have a perfect party with our imperfect selves? ‘Til then – Happy Travels.
Kym Priess, also known as Tomahawk, is a multi-media performance artist, rock singer / musician, film & voiceover actress, the creator/host of rock ’n roll fitness phenomenon Tomahawk Training, and of course, a growing stunt driver.
As a kid/teen, she created faux boxing matches and talk shows in her garage, led ‘tours’ of fantastical backyard escapes, was heavily involved in the theater, and managed to get cast in a few film roles along the way. After having her mind blown upon entering NYU’s Experimental Theatre Wing in the 90s studying with the likes of iconic artists: Steve Wangh, Holly Hughes, Chris Bayes, Lisa Sokolov and the like, Kym went full throttle into producing her own fearless, candid, multi-media work which has included one-woman shows, a couple of rock operas (one of which received a “Best of SF Fringe” Award), an ongoing web series, and fronting/playing in bands. Currently an instructor of Acting at Zak Barnett Studios, Kym employs her all-inclusive adventurous approach to art & life.
Most recent credits include being a Co-host/Travel Expert on a new series by the Travel Channel, writing songs for Vanderpump Rules, and starring in a short film called Bones.