Queen Pirouette loved to dance. As a consequence, she was always throwing balls and pageants. The courtiers were happy to move in step with the Queen. The only voice of dissent was that of King GarGar who grumpily proclaimed that he couldn’t dance and that the balls cost too darn much to throw, what with the flowers, dancers to show the others how to move to the music. Just keeping all the chandeliers lit was a major undertaking, but it was well worth it to see them capture the light and then throw it back in the form of a prism.