True, the finale, by veteran choreographer Brian Enos as a guest, put the preceding works in relief with its sophistication and cagey structure. Enos, a former dancer with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, is a pro on a roll of late, this newest, "Lullaby," an ingeniously devised scenario that begins with a large ensemble and narrows to a duet with a witty, surprising design. It has an air of sleek, dark mystery, enhanced by Nathan Tomlinson's columns of spotlight, and it is wonderfully scored by Enos' remix of stark, moody music from the King's Singers. It is a steely, mechanistic, ironic lullaby, if lullaby at all.
-Sid Smith - Chicago Tribune