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re: …against the theatre-going public and the Arts themselves
Last Edit: PlayWiz 09:02 pm EST 01/27/22
Posted by: PlayWiz 08:56 pm EST 01/27/22
In reply to: re: …against the theatre-going public and the Arts themselves - BruceinIthaca 05:08 pm EST 01/27/22

Here, here! Yet one should be careful. I have known some folks who hand out pamphlets to other shows over the years, and they've told me Ms. Russell sometimes checks up on the people she's hired to do it for her show. There have been occasions where someone did just as you did, informing tourists that the show is a waste of time and money, and it has led to apparently some not pretty scenes. Just be sure the person handing out her pamphlets has moved away down the line before being a Good Samaritan. :)

I think it's a downright shame for people who might only see one show in NY ever to have it be that show. Or for a regular theatergoer frankly -- it's just so complicated in plotting, had so many unresolved loose ends and should have been edited and re-written years ago.
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