Live Review: Ragnarok (Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre)

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Arts & Books
The shell of the former Rexel/Taylor Electric Supply building has become a graffiti-covered urban backdrop since someone set fire to the building in 2006. The four-alarm fire, fed by wire and other electrical components, all but destroyed the building, collapsing its ceiling and busting out its windows. Since then, taggers have covered the remaining walls with colorful and often elaborate graffiti, ...   More
 
Saturday, February 1, 2014 AARON SPENCER

Dance Review: Something to Declare (Heidi Duckler)

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Arts & Books
Choreographer Heidi Duckler sets her work in unexpected locations: laundromats, city hall buildings, on three-story-tall scaffolding. For Something to Declare, she finds herself in Portland’s historic Custom House. While she stays true to her mission of turning an ordinary space into a canvas for her art, it feeels like a missed opportunity. Mundane choreography doesn’t live up to the setting, ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 HALEY MARTIN

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