Dream a dream… Sounds way too simple, doesn’t it? Well, that’s what Felicie and Victor did. They were orphans at a small European orphanage. No matter what was happening around them, they were determined to define their own destiny. An intricate escape attempt would soon commence, leaving them a long ways from the life they new and on the road to the life they were destined for. Only it isn’t quite what they had imagined. Upon arriving in Paris, they quickly become separated. Through individual efforts, they each find their way towards their dreams. What will become of these two? Will they succeed at their dreams or will life get in the way? This story is beautifully portrayed from the child’s perspective. The final result is a bit of the Nutcracker mixed with the beloved story of Annie. That may sound a bit odd, but it is one that truly must be experienced to be understood. Though the subject matter is geared towards a certain audience, there is something here that can be appreciated by a much wider audience than the target itself. Is it for you? That’s for you to decide.
academie nationale de musique, alona leoine, anthony hickling, as cold as lard, best prime rib in Paris, bronwen mantel, carly rae jepsen, carol noble, dance school in Paris, dane-dehaan, daniel brochu, David Gasman, director of opera, dreams are not realty, dreams can come true, Elana Dunkelman, elena dunkleman, elle-fanning, ellie daniels, felicie, get off my foot you biological mutation, hester wilcox, it’s not enough to do the steps find some anger some pain some love something, jamie watson, jessica monceau, joe sheridan, julie khaner, julien crampon, kate-mckinnon, klaus badelt, laurent zeitoun, le eiffel tower, Leap, let’s set Paris on fire, liz macrea, look at the bird he flies in the sky, m luteau, maddie ziegler, margaux dourden, mathurin, matthew geczy, mel-brooks, merante, mirabelle kirkland, Mother Superior, nat-wolff, nutcracker ballet, odette, pigeon wings, she even makes sweeping look graceful, Shoshana Sperling, soshana sperling, tamir kapelian, tanya gallagher, tanya marie galagher, terrence scammel, Terrence Scammell, that was a catastrophe wrapped up in a disaster with a side order of bad, the best cheekbones of the opera award, the empress Josephine, the energy of a bullet but the likeness of a depressed elephant, the statue of puberty, tired is for losers, why do you dance? I dance because my mother makes me / I dance because it’s always been a part of me, yann zenou, your toes will be as flexible as willow and as hard as rock