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Sample Post from the Westerns Genre this Month:

Post Author at Pan HistoriaLily Meadows posts in Deadwood

The Belle Union Theatre was filling with the more permanent residents of Deadwood, ones that hoped to make the town an actual city rather than a mining boom camp. Standing in the wings, Lily paced a bit. She had created a playlist of both classical and popular pieces, hoping the small orchestra knew how to read music. Lifting her head, she regretted that thought, taking it back with a mental apology. They were fine musicians if not on the same level of some she had experienced.

Tom Miller was running back and forth, making sure everyone was in their places and knew their jobs. The lads in the backstage scaffold looked like monkeys hanging from their high posts and ropes. The proprietor was wearing a good suit with a new pocket watch’s chain stretched across his belly that was encased in a silk damask. Lily also looked beautiful, her brazen hair drawn up, curls just so framing her made up face. It was stage make up so a bit on the heavy side, but familiar. Embroidered pink and cream roses climbed up her hourglass figure wrapped in shimmering organza and taffeta, matching the fan should would use to punctuate her singing.

The orchestra had finished tuning and started the overture. Lily stepped out onto the stage, still hidden by the heavy curtain. She would appear from the dark as it rose, illuminated by the lime lights that edged the stage. As the boys above worked hard to raise that heavy barricade, Lily saw a movement offstage. To her surprise, Wyatt appeared in the wings, gave her a small salute and slight smile before disappearing into the shadows. Lily’s heart leapt and her smile was brighter as she was revealed to the audience.

She began her set with Gay As A Lark by Septimus Winner, accompanied by piano and viola. Despite its title, the song held a minor key making it a bit melancholy. Lily raised her voice to the back of the room...

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