Thanks to the Haglund'eeler who noticed in this blog review of Boston Ballet's Don Q that the writer reported that principal James Whiteside will leave Boston Ballet at the end of the season to join ABT in some capacity. He should definitely rethink the move.
It sounds like McKenzie has so lost his credibility and the respect of the company that he's going to have to go out and replace every last dancer.
At what point does the board remove the CEO because he's lost the confidence of the employees as well as the ability to manage and develop the talent within? How low does ABT's stock have to go before the board will act?