Poor you, all you ignorant people on here who have never even been to this wonderful place. Poor you, who feels the need to post ugly remarks from unverified, second hand knowledge from a 4th grader. Poor you, who cannot afford a haircut for your son so he doesn't get mistaken for a girl. Poor you, whose child couldn't grasp the full message & only heard what he wanted to. Poor you, poor you, poor you! The world is so unfair to you & your $11. Here you go. Take it back and here's an additional quarter so you can call someone else to listen to you whine. How many of you thought to look into the facts before posting your reviews? How many of you bothered to go to the source first before shaking your fingers? That's what I thought. Hide safety behind your little computer screens and type away, small town, small minded people. Cast your stones, little glass house residents. Stick with what you're good at because there's not a one of you on here who could fill that woman's shoes!
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When my son was young, he attended this theatre and performed there several times. I have always been inspired at the way in which these two gentle souls can handle 100 or more elementary children, get them in costumes, and teach them so much in so little time. They have to deal with whiny disrespectful children who have obviously been coddled and allowed to do as they wish. While they try to work with these spoiled children, these women choose to look beyond those who attempt to disrupt everyone, with the hope of reaching those who really have an interest. I applaud their efforts and patience, as well as their amazing talents!
Since changing management they have made lots of improvements. They have great deals and I love the way they go all out for movie premieres.