Theatre question

Theatre question Will Landmark do more than whitewash the walls of local theatres? I read with interest that while a new theatre complex may be delayed, senior management will try to rid the blight on their business. It seems that their response arises

Will Landmark do more than whitewash the walls of local theatres?

I read with interest that while a new theatre complex may be delayed, senior management will try to rid the blight on their business. It seems that their response arises from the recent embarrassment cited in articles about broken windows, sticky floors, dislodged, uncomfortable seating, problems with concessions É and so forth.

Perhaps in order to ensure there are substantial and timely improvements, we might give them more free time and an incentive. What might a boycott accomplish?

Maybe an empty house Ð even for one night a week Ð would prompt better consideration of the paying public. How about a dark Monday or Wednesday? The public could still take advantage of cheap Tuesday.

I, for one, will wait for the improvements before I return to the local cinemas. Maybe others are already doing this Ð more might follow.

Dennis Rankin

Whitehorse