On Saturday night I felt like a little girl in a candy store as I witnessed the eloquent, passionate and breathtaking dancers of the National Ballet of Canada perform Don Quixote. For some reason the male dancers really brought a smile to my face (and no not because of their ballet tights J) – they were honestly a breath of fresh air - their faces just lit up the whole room as they effortlessly threw their bodies into the air. Another highlight was Greta Hodgkinson who in my opinion stole the show – such a genuine and inspirational performer who brightened up the entire stage. In the program she says that “dancing in the moment is my greatest joy” – she definitely did that and brought the audience into those moments with her. I snapped a quick shot during the interval of the interior of the Four Seasons Centre – I’m a huge fan of modern architecture! If you’re in Toronto and you’re under the age of 30 then you’ve got to go to the ballet – the National Ballet has a program called DanceBreak where if you book your ticket on the same day as the show then you’ll get the best available seat for $30! I sat in an orchestra seat worth $150!