night at the theater [korralized]
Howl filtered through the play phamplet in interest, his eyes scanning over the names of the various actors and actresses that would be performing in the timeless romantice drama. Korra had for some reason wanted to see the play, which surprised the guardsman, as it wasn’t something that seemed to be her fancy. “A Fire Nation ship embarks for Republic City but is met by tragedy by a sudden storm…”
He read it out loud, and on second thought, it did seem like something she would like to see. Bit of destruction in there, or something like that. But the continuing sentences outlined a meaningful romance between a rich Fire Nation noble girl and a poor Republic City boy heading home to see his family he hadn’t visited in over a decade. Howl was almost tearing up at the summary, and with a sniff, he turned towards Korra in the seat next to him.
They hadn’t gotten the best seats in the house, up in a balcony and off to the side, but Howl figured they had a good enough view. Sound projection shouldn’t have been an issue either, considering how the theater was set up. “I’m surprised you wanted to see a play, actually,” Howl said to Korra. “Movies seemed more like your thing.”