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re: Why does Shakespeare in the Park insist on starting at 8pm, when FASTTRACK shuts down the A/B/C/D trains starting at 10pm all this week and all next week?
Posted by: whereismikeyfl 01:36 pm EDT 07/13/17
In reply to: re: Why does Shakespeare in the Park insist on starting at 8pm, when FASTTRACK shuts down the A/B/C/D trains starting at 10pm all this week and all next week? - Seth Christenfeld 11:16 am EDT 07/13/17

But one person does not like stage lighting. So it does not matter what the artists or other audience members want. Or what make the best experience.

All the delicate flowers here who cannot function the next morning if they go to bed at midnight and cannot stand stage lights are giving me a good giggle.

But I have to ask, is this kind of entitlement killing theater? Theater is thought of as an elite form, but there is a degree of personal comfort that has to be compromised for the communal experience. Is a lack of willingness to enter into the experience killing off the art form?
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