“Last night Eyal caught me by the throat, squeezed hard and threw me right into the battle arena of her mind... you can’t help but being completely drawn to the movements on stage, wanting to join the dancers... swirl as if in a pagan ritual, bite your elbows, feel how the rich and rhythmical soundtrack seeps into your bones and drives you mad.”
YEDIOTH AHRONOT, July 2006
“A Menagerie Gone Wild: Imagine that Manet’s beautiful Olympia would come down from her bed, and start dancing with the furies. Or that the “Dejeuner sure l’Herbe” was caught a little later, in the middle of the orgy beginning under the wondering eye of the painter. You will then have an idea of the freedom that the choreographer, Sharon Eyal, has captured...
“Eyal brings dance back to this primal passion which pushes a running child - further and further. Suddenly the stage seemed too small and narrow to contain this fervent impulse. Like a river which sweeps everything away, for good and for bad.”
CLASSIC MUSIC AND STYLE MAGAZINE, Nov. 2006