Critics Cheer for Hedgehog Ballet
The New York Philharmonic, in partnership with the New York City Ballet and Lincoln Center, have successfully staged a production of Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet with an all-hedgehog cast. And critics are raving.
"It’s literally the most fun I’ve had at the ballet in 10 years," Malcolm Fitzgerald wrote in his review for DanceWorld magazine. “It’s modern, it’s fresh, and — let’s face it — hedgehogs in tutus are damn cute.”
Submitted by Christine Schramm.