Chapter 36 – THE OPERA HOUSE

Written By: luke4079

Janis and I took our seats in the Wang Center and waited for the Nutcracker to begin. I hadn’t been there since those infernal feet, not since Flatley and his flashy tights, and so much had passed since then, so much had been released, so much had come rushing forth, and so much had crumbled. I sat back in my seat. And this time, instead of those feet, I heard silver chimes, golden bells and swirls of violins. And when I opened my eyes, I saw wooden toys dancing, a ballerina in spinning, and from the depths of the stage an enormous Christmas Tree rising, twinkling and sparking with pleasure as it did every year to a height unimaginable.


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