„There isn’t enough standing on tiptoe in my choreography“, Lynn (8) admits, „doubtlessly because there was too much tiptoeing and nothing but that in my second ballet class that poisoned me. There’s a great deal of classical pliés and pirouettes in my choreography though, rond de jambe, holding second position and turnout in fifth position, but I want to give it the expression of a dying human being, wrapped in pain and fear, because, after all, there is a great deal of dying in real life also. Death is everywhere, but they hide it from us, or try to. I don’t dance lovely. Men are not lovely, not often, and no matter what, they die. I think that should be felt in my work. Why must a children performance everytime end happily? I don’t dance for parent meetings.“