A teenager is ecstatic when she's chosen to dance the lead in her winter ballet recital. She practices en pointe in her school uniform and turns pirouettes in her living room as news comes that schools will close due to the coronavirus. Undaunted, she takes webinar classes and uses the stairway banister as a barre -- sheepishly making room for the boy-next-door to get by. However, her recital is cancelled right as snow begins to fall and she is crushed. Her little sister, having seen her sister's hard work and distress, takes the lead. She creates a flyer and distributes it to the neighbors inviting them to witness her sister's star turn. Lit by the spotlight of windows and flashlights ordered from Amazon, the teenager dances her solo on the snow-flecked stage of her roof to a rapt audience of her neighbors because the show must go on.