The theater was opening for it’s last show. Funding for the theater had been cut. The actors and production crew were scrambling around nervously backstage. They were hoping that the size of the audience increased. Jacob the new lead actor, who replaced Dent, was complaining to whoever would listen.
Margaret the box office manager reported that every ticket had been sold.
“That’s great!” shouted the director. Everyone gathered around.
“The show sold out quickly. Ted Cooper bought every ticket.”
Jacob laughed. “Perfect.” He opened the curtain. “My brother Dent everyone. I’m going to sit down and enjoy this last show.”