In all fairness to McKenzie, ABT is looking a lot better these days. The performances of Symphony in C at City Center sparkled, and the stagings of the Ashton works, and Tudor's Offenbach, were all quite admirably and sensitively staged. On the other hand, his Swan Lake is still a horror, and that George Harrison ballet? What was he thinking?
McKenzie, Threat or Menace?
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