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McGregor and Mugler unveil a dance-fashion spectacle at the Coliseum

Ed Watson and Olga Smirnova in McGregor + Mugler © Sasha Gusov
Fêted collaboration lacks substance despite committed performances, and it's Cherkaoui's Faun that captures the human connection.
**111
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The Bolshoi’s Un-Shakespearean Shrew

A. Belyakov, A. Tikhomirova, D. Bochkova and D. Khokhlova in The Taming of the Shrew © Mikhail Logvinov
If it were a film, I’d say Maillot’s Shrew is more of a trashy Franco-Russian Rom-Com with literary pretensions than an art film.
***11
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Maillot's Taming of the Shrew is a winner

Performing their prize winning The Taming of the Shrew in the Dance Open Festival at St Petersburg, this is a new-look Bolshoi company indeed!
*****
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The Flames of Paris: A feast of dancing

Alexei Ratmansky's The Flames of Paris shows the Bolshoi Ballet in top form at the Hong Kong Arts Festival.
****1
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Bolshoi Ballet: The Flames of Paris

With a rocket-fuelled, high-octane production of The Flames of Paris, the Bolshoi Ballet has concluded its three-week season in London. And with the reappearance of the company’s former Wunderkinds, back as guest artists, to dance together in the ballet’s opening performance, how could it be anything but an exciting and exuberating final flourish to the tour.
****1
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