"A propulsive, kinetic stream of movement to Philip Glass’s “String Quartet No. 3 (Mishima),” the as yet-untitled work offers a glowing display of Mr. Millepied’s craftsmanship — the way he keeps his eight dancers constantly moving through asymmetrical and contrapuntal patterns, surging in and out of groups, separating into solos and pairs. Tiny narratives, emotion, histories, memories are evoked in the way the dancers coalesce and part, the surprise of formations and their dissolution. Everything is unexpected, everything feels serendipitously right."
The New York Times, Roslyn Sulcas. 2015. "Hearts and Arrows"