Eddie Owen Presents: Kate Coleman “Tremors of my PAST”
Live @ Red Clay Music Foundry Saturday April 28th, 2018 at 8 pm
Doors open 7:00 PM
“Tremors of my Past” is a dance concert choreographed to Kate Coleman’s debut album “PAST”. While writing the album, Kate Coleman was inspired to create an experience that features several forms of art; dance, video, and of course, live music.

Reserved seating: $20 in advance ($23 at the door)
Kate Coleman - “Tremors of my PAST”
Kate Coleman was a dancer for most of her life.
She studied dance and performed from age 2 all the way through college. “I was writing these songs during one of the most trying times of my life so far, and I was seeing dance,” Coleman explained. “Dance will always be a part of me… so I thought to myself ‘if this is my first solo album, why not make it completely and unequivocally my own?’ and that meant including dance.”

The choreographer for this production is Meaghan Novoa. Meaghan has enjoyed being a mover, shaker, and dancer for about 12 years. She has studied Ballet, Modern, and Jazz since the age of 10. She’s danced professionally for 3 years now with companies such as Southern Arc Dance Theatre, City Gate Dance Theater, Room to move dance company and Professional Bodies as well as had the pleasure of performing at the MAD festival and Dance Canvas.

“PAST” is a full length album with 10 songs. It explores a transitional period Coleman experienced, brought on by her own chaos, which revealed a lot about herself... things she didn’t really enjoy seeing.

“I don’t think I ever asked myself ‘why?’ I was making certain decisions or feeling certain ways and once I did, everything changed… I changed,” Coleman said. “This album and production symbolizes my self-loathing, shame, regret, remorse, and the tremors of my past that I’ve needed to dissect and accept in order to become a person I could respect. I’m not quite there yet… but I think I’m getting closer.”
Premium Reserved Seating
Reserved Center
Reserved Left
Reserved Right
Wheelchair Accessible Seating