The WilburPerformance Art Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts
See for yourself: http://thewilbur.com/artist/mandy-harvey
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9/27 - On Cinema Live! Featuring Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington
10/17 - The Milk Carton Kids: With Special Guest The Barr Brothers...
10/26 - Hari Kondabolu
10/27 - The Revolution
11/30 & 12/01 - Chris D'Elia: Follow the Leader Tour 2018
Before the concert began, a server dropped a full beer on the floor rig...ht behind our seats. It sprayed all over our coats. She did not apologize,
Clearly this server did not know how to handle this mishap. She could not comp me a soda? Or tell a manager what happened? I realize this was an accident and the venue is not a restaurant
Today as I tossed my daughter's
She said she was sorry this happened and would speak to the servers' supervisor
I do not plan to return to the Wilbur to be crammed in like a sardine sitting so close to strangers (although our table partners were very nice folks) and have management
...The men checking bags and people at the entrance seemed a bit lax (which is fine since they seemed to know what they were doing), but at least they were profession
There was one employee, however, who was way more of a dick than he needed to be. He checked my ID, and when I presented my wrist for the stamp (I didn't want it to wash off), he bellowed "YOUR HAND". Okay, I guess they're a bit strict here about where your drinkin' stamp is. I pulled my glove up to expose the back of my hand, and he boomed at me "YOUR. HAND. TAKE YOUR GLOVE OFF", then pushed me to the side so he could stamp the next customer.
(Some context: winter in Boston is fucking freezing, my cancer and low body weight mean I'm constantly
I get that some people are proud to be "Massholes
I also get that he was probably miserable from having to stand in the cold all night, stamping peoples' hands in a very specific way, and maybe some other people were also ignorant to the procedure and presented their hand in a manner that he deemed incorrect.
Wilbur Theater: I'm not sure if your hand-stamp