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Director Bill Buckhurst directs an engaging cast, and the designer Simon Kenny has created a cleverly immersive set where the theatergoers sit at narrow banquet tables in a drab postwar British eel and pie shop.
Especially abhorrent to legislators from the old slave states was the prospect of persons who had been chattel property liberated from labor to become theatergoers.
Mitzi Maxwell, Mad Cow’s executive director, sought support from theatergoers in an email.
As theatergoers enter, the stately but decrepit drawing room on stage is conspicuously lighted by modern, industrial fluorescents; as the play begins, those electric lights retract and chandeliers of flickering candles appear.
Even mother!, which was light on actual scares but heavy on mood and allegory, was marketed as a horror movie in an attempt to pull viewers; theatergoers who felt misled by the advertising may have contributed to the F CinemaScore rating.
The summer is peak season, when the largely pedestrian boulevard spills over with shoppers, street performers and theatergoers.
Only a few nights ago, after a performance that had only one intermission, theatergoers stopped her on her way down from her office and asked why there weren’t two.
The spacious lobby features a concession stand and a digital marquis that can alert theatergoers when a show is about to start.
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