“I’m bored. I love to play games but there’s no-one to play against. The beings who call here have no minds, and so they become my toys. But you will become my perpetual opponent. We shall play endless games together, your brain against mine.”
Tamara Karsavina and Vaslav Nijinsky in the ballet Les Sylphides. La Saison Russe a l'Opéra, June 1910. Programme Officiel des Ballets Russes.
The 1910 programme featured newly created pieces, such as Giselle, Les Orientales and Le Carnaval, and previously staged ballets like Le Festin, Les Sylphides and Cléopâtre. The star of the season was Stravinsky’s Firebird. Another piece produced specially for the second season was Schéhérazade, the first true creation of the Ballets Russes.
are honestly so wild. Like, none of them are technically canon so you can pick and choose which ones to believe. Some of them you listen to and you’re like yeah that was in character and serious and angsty enough to be canon, I’ll buy it. And then in other ones neko turns into a cow and runs away to join a cow farm or reisi looses his glasses causing him to adopt the personality of a hick.
fushimi did not follow yata around or purposefully contact him. when he met yata, it was always by coincidence. and if he wasn’t picking a fight with him, fushimi alternated between avidly avoiding seeing, contacting, talking about, or thinking about yata and denying that yata mattered. he avoided yata for a year after mikoto’s death. we are talking about the Grand Master of Avoiding Feelings and Emotional Situations, get real.
Tamara Karsavina (10 March 1885 – 26 May 1978) was a famous Russian ballerina, renowned for her beauty, who was most noted as a Principal Artist of the Imperial Russian Ballet and later the Ballets Russes of Serge Diaghilev.