If you keep up with my blog or visit it from time to time, you have no doubt in your mind the writer (moi) is a dedicated theater lover. Not only am I a theater lover, I’m a theatergoer (that is, when my bank account permits me to afford a train ticket to and from the city, a show ticket and maybe food? maybe).
Now, I know some of you may:
a) like theater and attend shows frequently
b) like theater but don’t go as often as you like
c) like theater but don’t go at all
d) hate theater in which case you probably have moved onto another blog. Thanks for stopping by!
If you fall in the category of a, b, or c I have a little tidbit of guidance for you. I stumbled onto a fantastic little article about how to be a great theatergoer. It has everything from box office etiquette to silencing your phone and children to learning how to exit the theater swiftly. It’s a really fun article, light read and just great points to keep in mind.
You can find the article here.
May all your Broadway excursions be wonderful, magical and totally amusing.