Peter Schaufuss Ballet: Satisfactionmore...
by SANJOY ROY for the Guardian
published: August 31, 2007
The show opens with rock-stadium searchlights raking the stage. Then, to Under My Thumb and Get Off of My Cloud, in come a troupe of dancers performing short sequences of modern ballet moves. They fill the stage with a lot of energy for little reason. With their high kicks, hokey stage-school choreography and Jane Fonda tank tops, they are more the Kids from Fame than the Rolling Stones.
Satisfaction, Apollo Theatre, Londonmore...
by ZOE ANDERSON for the Independent
published: August 31,2007
The Rolling Stones are still associated with the 1960s, when their music was new and rebellious. Satisfaction, Peter Schaufuss's "dance concert" to recordings of the band, avoids retro styling but still manages to feel appallingly dated. This is a stunted, awkward show, its dancers hobbled by dire choreography and woeful design.