Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida is bringing back its gorgeous production of Fairy Doll. "Fairy Doll", originally "Die Puppenfee" by composer Josef Bayer and first performed in 1888, was one of the most successful productions in the late 19th century. Issaev's recreation and revival of this ballet in two acts, was first premiered in 2009. The production counts on creative and imaginative costume designer Jorge Gallardo to make all dancers look like real dolls and the sets will be digitaly enhanced by the magnificent projections created by DMD. The ballet tells the story of a young boy who works in a store that has distinctive dolls from different countries and a beautiful Fairy Doll. Customers just fall in love with the stunning doll. At the end of the day, the owner of the store closes the shop, and the young and distracted assistant is left alone, locked inside the store. As the night falls, the tired young boy cannot believe his eyes! The Fairy Doll comes to life, and with her magic, she brings all the toys of the store to life. This production has been of great success among audiences that are looking for an alternative to attend with their family to see a beautiful an enchanting ballet. There will be more than 60 dolls that will come to life.