Enjoyed a delightful Christmas Concert. Might have been a sold-out event.
After the event the place was an uncontrolled mass of people with venue staff totally unable to provide a reasonable and safe plan to exit the place.
The act was making themselves available for autographs and through some loss of common sense the merchandise and autograph tables were set-up so half of the lobby was blocked. The portion of the crowd buying merchandise first helped to block the lobby and then they were directed to return against the exiting crowd in order to get to the end of the line for autographs.
Common sense would either place the merchandise and autograph tables in different parts of the theater or use the aisle ways and the open areas by the stage for this type of after event activity.
It's a nice venue but management has to figure out that you can't use that small lobby area as the only place for post concert activities. Rather than lines of people blocking the exit way, lining-up in the aisle of the cleared theater makes common sense and a SAFER PLACE.
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