"I've always loved Swan Lake, ever since I was a child making up choreography to Tchaikovsky's music playing from a full-length record, late into the night with my best friend. We used a picture window as our mirror and fell into the outstretched arms of chairs, imagining them to be our handsome princes."--Suzanne Farrell
http://www.kennedy-center.org/programs/ ... s.cfm#swan
Based on this lovely recollection of Suzanne Farrell, our five-year-old twin sister and brother, Aimie and Ami, will choreograph and star in their own original version of "Swan Lake".
Since Aimie, as Odette, and Ami, as Sigfried, are only five-years-old, most of the dancing will actually be done by The Picture Window and The Chair.
Aimie and Ami have choreographed a fifteen minute solo for The Picture Window. Suzanne herself has agreed to dance the part. Taking note of the creative genius of Aimie and Ami, even before it has been written, Clement Critic has declared it to be "One of The Most Enchanting Dance Creations of Our Times".
The Chair will be danced by our own Kirov-Mariinsky's Eagle Zelensky. There will be more than 50 Grandes Jetees (Big Jumps) choreographed for The Chair.
"Along with being inscrutable at times, this wonderful rendition of "Swan Lake" should prove to be Joy and Lovability to the Max !"--(Animal--"The Muppet Muse Paper")