Cruel but funny.
the gem of the article is probably this:
George Balanchine once compared the use of a certain Tchaikovsky score in John Cranko’s “Onegin” to “taking a hundred-dollar bill and using it to clean yourself after you go to the bathroom.” He might have gone further about the use of the slow movements of two of Mozart’s greatest piano concertos (Nos. 23 and 21) in Jiri Kylian’s “Petite Mort” (1991), which opened the program.
The dancers look as if they’re in heat, splaying their legs to face either us or their partners, always emphasizing the groin and frequently bringing it into emphatic contact with one or another part of their partners’ anatomy.
Did anyone see Hubbard Street? Did the program indeed consist primarily (not just in Kylian's piece) of groin touching? that's the impression I get from the review ;)