Thanks naomikage for the links, especially for the Chicago Tribune article, which is actually from Reuters.
I was especially interested in the last paragraph:
Last month, Russia dismissed the long-serving head of the Bolshoi, Anatoly Iksanov, and entrusted Vladimir Urin with rebuilding the theatre's reputation following the scandal.
It sounds like a good sign, when the Powers That Be at the Bolshoi (whoever they are) becomes concerned about what the rest of the world thinks about them.. I hope the article is correct about the motive of "rebuilding reputation." I also hope that Urin is given the authority to do what's necessary to do what is necessary to rebuild public confidence in the institution.