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I’m curious about the logistics of this in Broadway houses. It always feels like such a rushed, chaotic time – entering the theatre with crowds of people, trying to get to the bathroom/bar before the show starts, finding your seat. And then the mad rush to get out once the show is over.
I think it could work well in smaller, more intimate settings. But for Broadway houses, you’d almost need a team of greeters, equally distributed throughout the theatre, yet not in the way.
It’s a good idea! (And it’s nice to see that regional theatres are already doing this.) It would add a great personal touch to the theatre going experience, and could be very successful – especially at getting patrons to come back, if they feel personally welcomed and attended to.

 

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