In the play 'Geometry of Miracles' of the French-Canadian author Robert Lepage, the grand master of American architecture Frank Lloyd Wright makes a deal with the devil. He will get back his youth if he can solve the following conundrum: "How can you transform a straight line into three dimensional form." Wright takes his pen and draws a spiral. Wright uses the tools of his trade and finds an amazingly simple solution.
A dancer, a concert pianist or a cook would have found other answers referring to the respective treasure trove of imagination and experience. Then each one might have hoped that the devil has a particular predilection for dancing, music or cookery. Inspiration and innovation are the founding stones of every good event. The orchestration of memorable experiences depends on a consistent leitmotif and many good and creative ideas.