Rodin, Eifman Ballet, London Coliseum - reviewed on 15th April
|Lyubov Andreyeva as Camille, Oleg Gayshev as Rodin|
Photo: Souheil Michael Khoury
In Boris Eifman's choreography, the storyline is more or less impossible to understand, but it matters little because the beauty and drama of movements engage nonetheless. The dancers' pliable limbs are shaped effortlessly into all manner of contorted and striking poses, impressively transforming the cast into can can girls, deranged mental patients and even a clay-like mass that is forcibly sculpted by the title character.