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Benjamin Franklin Keith’s Theater Seat
Keith

Origin

Benjamin Franklin Keith

Type

Theater Seat

Effects

Turns the surrounding area into a stage/theater setting

Downsides

Forces bystanders to act, highly addictive to the user.

Activation

Sitting in it

Section

Out and About List

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OriginsEdit

This felted theater seat was once owned by the American vaudeville theater owner who was highly influential in the evolution of variety theater into vaudeville.

EffectsEdit

His seat became imbued with the various vaudeville shows he saw and developed the ability to create props and produce shows out of nowhere. When a person sits inside of the chair, the surrounding area turns into a stage, complete with various props and costumes for the characters. People surrounding the area are subjected to partake in the act, forcefully. The show will not end until the activator sits up out of the chair, which is almost impossible, due to the show’s addictive likeability.

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