A review of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet by Sarah Kaufman in The Washington Post.
Ogden was lovely in this role, angelic and remote. So why did the ballet ultimately feel flat? The gentle, palpable energy of the opening was never replenished, and it steadily drained out. There were some miscues among the ensemble dancers. Performing Tchaikovsky’s “Mozartiana” suite, the Opera House Orchestra, conducted by Allan Lewis, never rose to a level of excitement; indeed, it sounded underpowered throughout the evening.