A Troupe From Down South Reveals Its Secret Weaponmore...
by GIA KOURLAS for the New York Times
Atlanta Ballet's only New York appearance, at the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, seemed like an innocuous way to spend a drizzly Sunday afternoon. But the attractive company, directed by John McFall, possessed a secret weapon apart from its lovely, well-trained dancers: the New York debut of the choreographer Christopher Hampson, long recognized in ballet circles as "the other Christopher."
published: March 14, 2006