The eight dads’ take on the traditional story may be the most bizarre ever delivered.

When a man becomes the father of a girl, his life is irreversibly altered. Barbies, tea parties, dressing up, and endless viewings of Frozen have become a way of life. Ballet and tutus are also popular options for a female father.

One father was fed up with his daughters having so much fun with ballet. As a result, they formed their own ballet company for a special performance.

In the case of these ballet-going fathers, they were going all in and performing Swan Lake, a ballet classic.
Eight fathers dressed in white shirts, shorts, and pink tutus for their big performance. They crowded around the stage before performing their best routines at a Women’s Day celebration. These fathers did not show up unprepared; they practiced as if it were the big game.

Swan Lake, written by Tchaikovsky in 1875, has remained a favorite among ballet fans all over the world.
Swan Lake tells the story of “Prince Siegfried and Odette, a lovely swan princess.” Odette, a sorcerer’s apprentice, spends her days as a swan swimming in a pool of tears and her nights as a lovely human. The couple quickly falls in love. Things are not as straightforward as they appear in most fairy tales, and the sorcerer has a few more tricks up his sleeve. Odile, his daughter, enters the picture. There is confusion, forgiveness, and a beautiful ending where Siegfried and Odette are forever together at the end of the ballet.

The eight fathers’ rendition of the traditional story may be the best ever delivered.
The dance has the appearance of a ballet dancer because the fathers clearly practiced it, despite their lack of dance skills. They do an offbeat pirouette, plié, and grand jeté across the dance floor. This dance is very entertaining to watch because of their enthusiasm and willingness to have some fun with themselves.

The fathers chose “Dance of the Little Swans” from Swan Lake to perform to. It is one of the most famous dances in the show and is usually performed in the second act.

The choreography “was designed to mimic how cygnets gather and move together for safety… Dancers form a line on stage and march across with their arms crossed in front of them, holding the hands of the dancers behind them. As they travel sideways, they make sixteen pas de chat. The dancers should ideally move in perfect or near-perfect synchrony. They eventually break their chain and try to “fly,” only to crash to the ground.

These “little swans” do not sing in perfect unison, but they try. The «little swans» get an A for effort.
If they were nervous about performing in front of their audience, they should not have been concerned. Throughout the performance, the entire audience applauds the dancers. When they fall to the ground in their final posture, the audience erupts. The women in these men’s lives recognize how much fun they are prepared to have.

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The eight dads’ take on the traditional story may be the most bizarre ever delivered.
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