Body Parts is a solo performance by veteran artist Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg in which she tries to perform her show but gets comically side-tracked by her own body issues and the absurdity of performing them. Something has gone terribly wrong!

Part stand-up comedy, part Greek tragedy, part performance art, part contemporary dance, this solo is the result of the ever-changing nature of creating art during a global pandemic and our inability to talk about our bodies.

This performance is delivered with a talk-back session and discussion.

Duration: 65 minutes, no intermission.
Discussion: 30 minutes

Contains mature content and explores body dysmorphia and eating disorders. Please take care of yourself while watching. For more info, resources and help, visit

In order to make this performance as accessible as possible, until February 26, 2022, use the promo code TCP2022 to discount your tickets to $29.

Please note that patrons must provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 to attend this show. When you arrive to the RCA, have your QR code-based proof-of-vaccination document ready for validation, along with a second piece of Government-issued photo ID. Note, as well, that masks remain mandatory throughout the RCA, including while seated in the Mary Irwin Theatre. Masks may only be removed temporarily, while patrons are actively eating or drinking.

Dates and times

This event finished on March 26, 2022.

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