"...it's easier to keep what you have than to regain what you've lost."
As in 60% of your operating space; including offices, dressing rooms, staging areas, and even bathrooms? Well, 'Perhaps'.
The argument in this article rest on a falasy, which is that the board and guild are both to blame for the current state of affairs and that they are both making it worse by continuing this battle; as if it is a petty arguement. It is the same as saying any plantif is making their situation worse by bringing any defendant to court over a matter where they believed themselves to have been wronged. Seeing as the guild has already staged a successful legal injunction, I would say their efforts are not petty or in vain.
This is another gross misrepresentation of the state of the theatre where the crucial details are glossed over. There are millions at stake so framing this issue as a petty arguement between people who should be friends is misleading. Also, arguing that the theater's long-term viability from a financial standpoint alone is also misleading. I, for one, do not think the theatre will be viable in the long term if it is nothing but a stage and seats.
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