Once upon a time in a far away land, there lived a small kingdom called Theatrocracy. The people of Theatrocracy believed that a person’s worth was determined by their ability to perform on stage. Everyone in the kingdom had to be a trained actor or actress and their performance on stage would be how they were judged.

If a person was judged to be a good actor they were given a higher social standing, while those deemed poor actors were offered fewer opportunities in the kingdom. This attitude of evaluating people based on their performance created an atmosphere of fierce competition and constant scrutiny.

Theatrocracy was ruled by a monarch known as the God of the Stage. This ruler was a powerful actor and was renowned for his outstanding performances. He was also known to have a deep respect for the theater and its importance in the kingdom.

The God of the Stage knew that in order for Theatrocracy to be successful, it was essential that all citizens be able to practice their craft with equal opportunity and fairness. Thus, he issued a decree that all citizens had the right to practice acting and could not be discriminated against based on their performance.

The decree was met with mixed feelings by the citizens of Theatrocracy. Some welcomed it as a sign of respect for their craft while others felt that it was unfair to judge people based on their acting abilities.

Despite these differing opinions, the decree was a success as it enabled everyone to practice their art and eventually led to increased creativity and productivity within the kingdom.

Over time, Theatrocracy flourished under the God of the Stage’s rule. Everyone in the kingdom felt that their performance was judged fairly and their work was respected.

The moral of this story is that everyone has something to offer, whether it is through acting or otherwise. By providing everyone with equal opportunity and respect, we can create an environment of growth and success. No one should ever be judged based on their performance, as it can lead to inequality and unfairness.

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