Leopold's Night at the Theatre

Leo perched on the 3rd balcony watching the crowd. He saw the young Oma saunter in obviously awing the place with his presence. Leo wondered if any of the people taking notice of Oma had connections to the D-I-P (alias: Arnold Magnason). Leo’s attention was suddenly drawn to a young girl who had taken interest in Oma. “Well, well, well, looks like Oma has his hands full with that one… sure hope he can keep his mind on the mission,” he thought. As the lights went down so did Leo’s ability to keep tabs on the crowd. He thought for a split second about activating his Mr. Peanut Monaclesaurus 9001, but remembered that he did not want to draw any more attention to himself than absolutely necessary. Soon after the play started Leo was mesmerized. He had no realization of time until the ending came and people started getting up to leave. As he thought back over the play he realized it wasn’t very good, although the pyrotechnics were pretty cool, and he couldn’t get the riveting climax out of his head. The apex portrayed an angry helpless protagonist who could not find his family or find any information about them. Leo could only imagine that a futile struggle to find out about and find information on your family as presented in the show would indeed lead to frustration and anger. When the lights came back on fully and as he walked out with the crowd he caught a glimpse of Oma smitten with this little girl. “Well he’ll have more fun than me tonight,” thought Leo as he considered going home via hooker alley.

Leopold's Night at the Theatre

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