LIVE REVIEW: Burn the Floor


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Burn the Floor, the nationally touring Broadway show that opened in Portland last night at the Keller, is a midriff-baring, hair-flinging, fog-machine-shrouded gallop through exhibition ballroom dance. This is either good news or bad, depending on your expectations. If you're expecting the TV show So You Think You Can Dance, minus the chitchat and commercials, you're warm—nearly a half-dozen ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 8, 2010 HEATHER WISNER

TBA 2010: Gloria's Cause


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One of the strangest and least predictable performances I've seen at PICA's Time Based Arts festival, Seattle Chreographer Dayna Hanson's take on the lesser-known aspects of the American Revolution incorporates a creepy bald eagle mask (seen above), an animatronic George Washington, plenty of cherry pie, some racial tension, a live score that ranges from funk to noise and a lot of dancing. It's a ...   More
 
Saturday, September 11, 2010 BEN WATERHOUSE

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