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Tanna Frederick, Actor, Writer Producer New Film,"Two Ways Home"

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A young woman living with bipolar disorder returns to her hometown in rural Iowa to reconnect with her estranged 12-year-old daughter. Going head to head with her family sets her on a course to free her cantankerous grandfather from a nursing home, and live his last days out on the family farm. As she struggles to maintain balance with her condition, complications with her daughter’s well-being and her grandfather’s health test her sense of self-worth to the limit.

Following her graduation from Mason City High School in 1995, Frederick attended college at the University of Iowa where she double majored in theater and political science. She was a regular on Iowa City stages appearing at the Riverside Theatre as "Jill" in Jack and Jill, and at the University Theatre in a one-woman play that she had written herself and titled Questioning Jabe.[3] She would later recall that while at college she particularly enjoyed working with younger playwrights on new works, and that the programs of the university's  were formative in giving her an open mind towards "strange, independent and unusual projects."


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