Thomas: Let me see your Black Swan

She nods, intimidated. Glances over to the other girls. All eyes are on her.

The role is heres to claim… or lose. She takes a few breaths, then looks towards the piano player and nods.

The music begins.

Nina dances a few steps, and then launches into the most difficult and famous part of Swan Lake: The coda of Odile’s Pas de Deux. It consists of 32 consecutive fouettes (spins).