By Alastair Macaulay
28 December 2010
“This is the 25th “Nutcracker” production I’ve seen this season, and of the 23 I’ve seen for the first time it strikes me as the most perfect. That’s not to say it has the best dancers, that its choreography and designs aren’t surpassed here or there by others, or that all its episodes strike me as the best responses to Tchaikovsky’s music. But it’s certainly up there with the Ballet West (Salt Lake City) and the Ballet Arizona (Phoenix) productions as the most satisfying, and it’s the one that follows its own internal logic with most unflagging consistency and detail.”
Read the full review in the New York Times.