From the SF Chronicle again.
Choreographer of moment struts multidisciplinary stuff
Rachel Howard, Chronicle Dance Correspondent
Monday, November 12, 2007
American ballet today tends to cloister itself from the contemporary arts in a big, box-office world of sylphs and swans - and nowhere more so than at the star-driven, perpetually "Swan Lake"-propelled American Ballet Theatre. But during its New York City Center seasons, ABT has started doing more varied and adventurous things, a smattering of which came to UC Berkeley's Cal Performances last week. Possibly the best thing ABT has done is snap up a new work by the hot Finnish choreographer Jorma Elo, whose "C. to C. (Close to Chuck)" on Friday at Zellerbach Hall formed the heart of ABT's Program B.