The Mercury News, “San Francisco Ballet unveils two works, but repeats reign”

San Francisco Ballet in Peck’s “In The Countenance of Kings.” (© Erik Tomasson)

In Possokhov’s version, an Anarchist (Taras Domitro) rapes “freedom” (Feijoo). Then she kills him, and is swept into the protective arms of the Captain (Luke Ingham). So much for girl power. So much for the people’s rebellion.

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