Fokine's choreography experienced a revival, I think, in New York City during the 70s. I remember a Carnaval performed by Elliot Feld's company, the only time I've seen this work. I also saw what I imagine to have been a sort of Fokine mini-season at American Ballet Theater. ABT did Syphides, Firebird (Gregory) and Petrushka (Baryshnikov) on a single evening at the Met. On other nights, Barykshnikov danced Spectre -- and Makarova, Firebird
The Joffrey's production of Petrushka -- with Gary Chryst -- was the one that thrilled me the most.
And then, of course, there were plenty of Sylphides and Dying Swans from the Trocks later on.
Welcome back, bart..! Long time no see...!