Times like this she missed her fallen love Caroline Piper. A firewoman who had died in a fire a few years ago. She would have told her it was alright, she could do this. How beautiful she looked. Her emotions were running wild. Reaching to her side she grabbed a glass of water and some pills, opening the pill bottle she took one out and popped it into her mouth. Then drank the water to help it go down easier. Gazing in the mirror some more trying to keep collected she took deep breaths and put the pill bottle down. revealing that it said her name and Lithium, on the prescription label.
The need for the misdirection of the helicopter escaped her she really just wanted to be cued so she could get this over with, she was used to playing shows but not pushing her ability this far. Before she even got her cue she walked to a platform with a harp on it and sat down and put on her mask then started to play pushing an invisible pulse through the area not even being cued which allowed all of Roman's movements to help her with the music. The platform lowered down as she played the harp. Part of her signature was that when on stage. She never wore shoes. She sat barefoot, playing the harp and filling the room with her ability allowing every movement anyone made for the length of the song to add to the music and ambiance of it.
When the song was over she pushed the harp over accidentally as she grew weak and fell into it. Then she fell down and Roman Sionis ran over to help her and got her to a table helping her sit down in a chair. She pushed him away. She did not want to be touched. A sudden anger filled her, she had a day off of being a mom and needed a drink to keep from hurting herself or someone else. As a waiter walked by she weakly grabbed him by the arm and tugged him close. "Crack the barrel, bring a lass some whiskey." The waiter was told to accommodate the guests but try and avoid hard alcohol to try and avoid incidents. He looked over at the man who called himself Masquerade for the night who just gave him a nod and then he ran off to get Aine, or Serenade as she was known. A full on bottle of whiskey.