Just got home from seeing "Love Never Dies". The play was very good, the voices exceptional. More than that, Cleveland can be very proud of their theater district, the biggest theater district besides NYC. The seats at the State Theater are on the smallish size and the leg room is short but its a restored theater - not a Regal Cinema and that has to be taken into consideration. The volunteer Red Coats are helpful and pleasant. Its sad to see people in ripped jeans at the theater but I understand times have changed. Despite that, going to the theater in Cleveland is a treat and I've never been disappointed.
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