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2012

SUN$HINE/Oregon Arts Watch: Nov. 12th/Barry Johnson

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SUNSHINE/Portland Monthly: Nov. 6th/Jonathan Frochtzwajg

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SUN$HINE / On The Boards Blog for NW New Works: June 9th /Leah

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2010                                                                                                                                                                                              CULTURE MACHINE/ULTRA: October 16th/Lisa Radon

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CULTURE MACHINE/The Portland Mercury: October 15th / Noah Dunham

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2009 EVENT.SPACE. /ULTRA: April 11th/Lisa Radon

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2008
FUSEBOX 2008 Part One/ Pop Matters April:  28TH/ Justin Follin

2007

ENDLESS OCEAN ENDLESS SKY/The Portland Mercury: October.11TH / Alison Hallet
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RETINAL REVERB REVISITED/ PORT Portland Art+ News: May 1st/Amy Bernstein
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PERFORMANCE PDX/ Plazm Magazine #28/Tiffany Brown

2006:
“Holt glides with a heightened sense of detail; different levels of effort inhabiting different parts of her body simultaneously.”/ Austin 360:April 18th/Clare Croft
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“Tahni Holt captured the complete trust of the audience that can only occur with the establishment of true intimacy between the performer and her crowd.”/ Pica Press Core Sept. 11th/ Patrick Leanard
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TBA interviews/ Willamette Week: Sept. 16th/ Kelly Clarke

“The movement is powerful and raw and compelling…” DELICATE DANCE OF COLLABORATION/ The Seattle Times: Feb. 18th/ Brangien Davis
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SPLIT BILL/ Artdish NW forum: Feb.. 21st/ Jim
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LOST IN SPACE/WILLAMETTE WEEK: JAN. 18TH/ JOHANNA DROUBAY
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DANCE SPLIT BILL/ ON THE BOARDS BLOG: FEB. 20TH/ HARUKO/ LAURA CURRY/ CHRISTOPHER FRIZZELLE
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2005:
PERIPHERAL PERSPECTIVES: EIGHT CREATIVE MINDS DO THEIR OWN THING UNDER THE RADAR/ THE OREGONIAN: A+E APRIL 22ND/ DK ROE

2004:
EVENTS PRECEDING/ THE PORTLAND MERCURY: JUNE 3RD/ CHAS BOWIE

“With acts pouring into Portland from around the world it is nice to know some locals can hold their own on an international stage. Under an hour is a frantic, beautiful representation of that all-important moment when something is changed forever”/TBA:A-OK/THE PORTLAND MERCURY: SEPT. 9TH/ RYAN DIRKS
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“Monster Squad’s beautiful meditations on human relations tear down the walls of dispassion. Accompanied, and enhanced by the stunning score of the Menomena Trio the dancers move through the daily element with grace and fluidity. As beautiful as their relationship is to one another is the relationship they have with the set.”/ MONSTER SQUAD 1 AND 2/ PICA PRESS CORE: SEPT. 12TH/ ROB MCMAHON
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NORTHWEST NEW WORKS FESTIVAL/ THE ORGAN: MAY 12TH/ LILA HURWITZ

2003:
“Hands and torsos snap like rubber bands when Holt’s seven figures violently recoil from each other’s grasp.”/ WATER ST. PROJECT PERFORMANCE SERIES/ WILLAMETTE WEEK: APRIL 16TH/ KELLY CLARKE

“Holt’s style is momentum driven and deeply physical; in this piece, her seven dancers hit the floor, the walls and eachother in surges. Stillness exists as a tease, a setup for an imminent spine-wrenching, limb-slashing crash.”/ THE OREGONIAN: APRIL 18TH/ CATHERINE THOMAS

POOLING RESOURCES/ PORTLAND TRIBUNE: APRIL 18TH/ MICHAELA BANCUD

2002:
FIREFIGHTER PUTS TRAINING ONSTAGE/ THE OREGONIAN: A+E MARCH 11TH/ CATHERINE THOMAS

FEET TO THE FIRE/ WILLAMETTE WEEK: MARCH 6TH/ KELLY CLARKE