Jennifer Dunning in The New York Times (26 Nov. 2002):
The 57-year-old company puts on a very good show that reaches its thrilling peak with the famed acrobatics of the men, who run, jump and turn on their toes and knees. Many of the pieces, choreographed by the company director, Tengiz Sukhishvili, and Ilia Sukhishvili Jr., his son, are rooted in very old traditional dances and music. But one of the things that set the Georgians apart is the abstraction of the dancing. No attempts are made to suggest the farmlands, village squares and homely rituals of other folk programs.
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