- September 6, 1999
Except for its striking take on a Mark Morris piece -- and its charismatic leader himself -- Baryshnikov's White Oak Dance Project has little to offer.
- August 7, 2000
- Russian Evolution
A revamped Bolshoi Ballet makes its first New York appearance in years -- but is its new, streamlined look a change for the better?
- June 21, 1999
- New York City Ballet's American Music Festival
- May 17, 1999
- "Swan Lake"
Peter Martin's big NYCB "Swan Lake" leaves one guessing at his motives.
- July 20, 1998
- In Brief: The American Ballet Theatre's Le Corsaire
- March 15, 1999
- The King and He
The NYCB devotes a week to the works of Jerome Robbins -- its second-best choreographer ever, after you-know-who.
- August 3, 1998
- Prussian Roulette
The Stuttgart Ballet hedges its bets, sticking to proven crowd-pleasers.
- June 5, 2000
- Lake Inferior
In the murky new American Ballet Theatre "Swan Lake," an emphasis on speeding things along leads to some ill-advised omissions.
- April 27, 1998
- Undisciplined Children
The gifted young dancers in Eliot Feld's Ballet Tech have theatrical flair to burn. But the name of their troupe is misleading.
- October 18, 1999
- In Brief: Susan Stroman's "Contact"