Letter: The secretive return of a hero
The shadows of the past have begun to resurface, unaccompanied by dread and regret, but rather joy and excitement.
Throughout town (A La Carte, Alpine Tires and probably more that I haven’t seen yet) my childhood idol has been seen posing in front of the sun, or has simply been cutting through too many closing windows. Either way, I did not see Peter Pan’s shadow connected to any significance until the other day, when I saw at the Glenwood Springs Community Center a poster advertising his infamous return to the stage by the grace of Stage Door. Creative and entertaining, the secret build up to this production has been discovered and commended.
Set aside five tickets for my family and me Saturday at 2. I’ll bring the soap and needle, if someone will lure the shadow.
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