In Time he flew the 'streams,
In Space he came,
The Man who's found in dreams,
Who hides his name...
The young woman who would one day be called 'Aunt Meg' was enjoying this.
It was the final dance of the show, before the last aria, and the crowd was very pleased. Margaret Giry could hear the
applause even in her position, which was looking away from audience in a sort of victory pose; the victory of Hannibal's army over the city of Rome.
All around her, the stage was set to a scene of bloodshed. The backdrop showed a war-torn capital nearly burnt and ruined. The image was far from Meg's cup of tea, but she was delighted by how she and the other dancers managed to preform this 'final battle'; earlier in story she and the others were slave