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Elise, the good fairy

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I attended the performance of Cirque de Soleil at the MTS Centre.

The ticket was purchased while I was in good health. Unfortunately, by the time of the performance, that situation had changed and required proximity to a bathroom. When I entered the building and saw the length of stairway, an usher was consulted.

Out of nowhere, a good fairy in the form of Elise appeared. Problem solved: she changed my seat and found me an aisle seat, top row in close proximity to the bathroom.

She also came at intervals to see that I was OK, and escorted me out at the end of the performance.

I am a senior senior with arthritic knees. The courtesy is deeply appreciated, Elise.

— Bernice Fawning

 

 

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