Becca and the Sneaky Violinist: Part 6
Post by Onna Carr
Becca was at the theater daily with Ben. She usually was garbed in orange, so she was easy to locate if her assistance was needed, and it often was. If one worked for the theater and wanted something, Becca would oblige your request if possible.
Initially, I believed Becca acquiesced to the requests of those involved in the theater because it was nearly impossible to re-hire in the middle of a production and throwing oneself on the mercy of the understudies was not an idea to be relished, but I came to realize that Becca had an underlying kindness. Becca was twenty-seven, and she had been managing the theater for seven years. Her given name was Millicent Waddelly Silverbridge, though for understandable reasons, all addressed her as “Silverbridge,” except for Martin Flint, Ben, and the 1st Violinist, Sindhi, who called her “Becca.”
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