Make/Believe (Teeth)

Ten million channels and nothing but noise.

We’re expressing ourselves through more channels than ever before, but what are we saying? That might well be the question driving this riveting new contemporary dance work by Portland performan   More
Wednesday, January 25, 2012 HEATHER WISNER

TBA Diary: tEEth, Home Made

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Arts & Books
It is a wonderful thing to be able to revisit a strong performance piece almost a year later, and to notice entirely different things in it. During my first viewing of Teeth’s moving dance piece Home Made, in November of last year, my overwhelming impression was of its harrowing nature, its demanding emotional seesaw that left one, at the end, entirely spent. I wasn’t alone in this: a pair of friends ...   More
Tuesday, September 13, 2011 MATTHEW KORFHAGE

LIVE REVIEW: Teeth's Home Made

It's rare that this particular reviewer is often moved to hyperbole—the language of flattery is taxed to the point of simple meaninglessness—but it's worth saying: Home Made is perhaps the single most powerful performance piece to have come out of Portland in recent memory, and also maybe the first case in which the occasionally self-defeating ambition of the Teeth dance project (or ...   More
Friday, November 5, 2010 MATTHEW KORFHAGE


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