Set in a fantastical world , during a moment a dew drop falls, this set had a 40 foot long painting of a birds wing with animated projections applied to its surface. Suggesting a world of minute scale, a giant walnut shell was used as a self propelled baggage cart, containing glowing, irradiated luggage, set with lights and transparent clothing. The central focus of the stage was an immense dew drop which had a variety of lighting capabilities, from pearlescent to fire-like. The painting was produced in Holland and the dew drop, in Nice. The projections were done in collaboration with Dominique Drillot of Paris.
This dance was premiered in Monte Carlo, then went on to Paris, New York and Vancouver.
Ballet of Monte Carlo