Choreographer Angelle Hebert and composer Phillip Kraft founded Portland-based dance company tEEth in 2006. Their work is generated through deeply collaborative processes, blending original music and movement through melodic and conceptual mirroring. tEEth approaches the body with a singular eye for life’s beauty and dark absurdity, and combines technical virtuosity with raw impact.
tEEth has toured to On the Boards (Seattle), Joyce SoHo (NYC), Fuse Box Festival (Austin), and St. Ferdinand Church and Sidearm (New Orleans), and most recently won the Joyce Theater Foundation’s prestigious A.W.A.R.D. Show! at On the Boards. Their new work, currently in creation and co-commissioned by White Bird (Portland) and On the Boards (Seattle), will premiere in January 2012 at Lincoln Hall at Portland State University, and will tour nationally to pending locations.
A cracked smile and a silent shout: tEEth’s Home Made, Robert Tyree, ultrapdx, November 7, 2010.
LIVE REVIEW: tEEth’s Home Made, Matthew Korfhage, Willamette Week, November 5, 2010.
Dance review: Innovative choreography, intimate performance carry Home Made, Catherine Thomas, The Oregonian, November 6, 2010.