A Fairy Tale

A Fairy Tale freely tells True Loves adventures from all over existence, beyond time and space, into now and true loving.

This saga started in 2003 as a short story of eight sentences, which still remains its baseline up until today. It can be told in a myriad of ways in all from one minute to several hours and it can be all from entertaining to sad, from deep to whimsical, but it is always touching. It has never been told in the same way twice. It is now a never-ending, ever evolving story about True Love’s journey through time, space and beyond.

At its core it is a story about True Love learning how to love.

Below you can listen to and see the first short film of A Fairy Tale, as well as a performance with dancers at Boom Festival, Portugal, and a mini version. You can also experience a private version as a part of a session.

Inspired by all from metaphysics, fantasy, psychology, folk-lore, symbolism, theoretical physics and more, A Fairy Tale is a deeply healing story and experience. It activates the group mind, facilitates multidimensional and creative exchange as well as individual liberation. It is a journey, through emotion and thought, that inspires love and compassion with others as well as with the self.

In its essence it is about how we live to meet and love each other.

A Fairy Tale is told by Susan Florries, in collaboration with a growing number of artists. Expanding A Fairy Tale through music, dance, Authentic Movement, visual pleasure, art and other wordless forms of communication brings audiences even further into and out of the various frequencies and dimensions of existence.

A Fairy Tale @ Boom Festival 2016 with Spirit Dancers Wolf Berg, Victoria Lozar and Daniel Schatzdorfer.
Stills from video material, shot by Sam Gillen.

Rehearsal before Boom Festival 2016. Photos by Ana Leko Nicolic

TranceFormAnce with A Fairy Tale @ Tree of Life Gathering 2016. Photos by Marija Zoi

A Fairy Tale @ Transition Base, Aspern Seestadt, Vienna, April 2016. Photos by Ana Leko Nikolic and Martina Höss