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Discussion in 'Technical Theatre History' started by tdtastic, Jun 26, 2017.

  1. tdtastic

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    I may get laughed out of here for typing this but I still consider it an honor to have worked in several of these venues.
    Toodleoo!
    Ron Hebbard.
     
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    There's still a level of respect and honor for working in those venues, even when that's the "office". If anyone laugh's at that have them try to come and work a day here and they'll change their tune.
     
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    Everybody in this business has perfect has a goal and some of the time we get it that way, but I'm typically lucky enough to have time to get it OK and then the show is out the door. I have nothing but respect for the Broadway crews ( a couple of friends work in assorted houses and shows) as they do it perfectly, every show. They work very, very long days and weeks, in what to them is a compressed time frame, to get the show perfect. And they succeed. That's hard.
     
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    A Broadway deserves this many seats or more. But sometimes it get this...
     

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    These are great, thanks for posting!
     

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