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Alley Theatre Tips
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- Dine before you go 1
I wore a nice shirt, pair of jeans, wedge sandals. Others were dressed casual to dressy casual. Relaxed atmosphere..
The weather was warm. I wore a sleeveless blouse, black jeans, and comfy tennis shoes. Dress might be a bit more formal for other events, though. Be sure to bring a sweater--it got a little chilly in the theatre..
I purchased a great A1 seat and was given the worst A3 seat in the house (extreme left hand side--you do not get what you pay for). It used to be that every seat was a good seat and you could HEAR the production. No more. With all the money spent in remodeling the theater, now EVERY seat that is not the center is a bad seat/ you can't see the stage. And, if you are not in the front rows, you can't hear the dialogue. The actors will need to be microphoned or the audience will have to be given listening devices. What an expensive disaster for this once perfect theater.
A Christmas Carol -- A Ghost Story of Christmas
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