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The Majestic learns to adapt by believing in itself and with the help of some friends.
Once Upon a time, there was a majestic building; a place where memorable entertainment would take place, and Mr. Picketts was happy to punch the tickets for all the elegant guests for the night.
Every day people would clamor to be seen at the next opening of the upcoming musical or Broadway hit because all the world's a stage.
Until one day: Mr. Picketts left for home and never returned to open the box office.
Because of that: the majestic is lonely, confused and sad.
Because of that: Charlie the crow wanted to know why there were no longer any performances.
Because of that: The Majestic thinks it cannot perform.
Until finally: Charlie reminds the Majestic they've been a part of every performance. So Charlie asks the Majestic to tell its stories. Because Charlie is sure this will bring back the joy.
And ever since then: the crows help spread the news about performances at the majestic and Mr. Pickett would punch your ticket because the show must go on.
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