It's equally plausible this would go in line with tax hikes on corporations. The new administration is doing what it can to make the reality where multinationals are required to pay their fair share of taxes.
And I think this in an on-topic thought because the economics of big business are also the economics of theater, and our theatrical culture would be radically different if it wasn't reliant on the largesse of the rich and very rich.
And there's a straight line from that to the endless complaining on this board about how a Broadway has turned into a theme park by the same people who espouse the economic gospel that made it a theme park.
So I'm not a moderator, but I think we're taking about this in good faith within a theater context.