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The theate will lose much of its patronage, if serious problems such as those described here, are not rectified. Perhaps, there is only one tried and true way to get problems such as these fixed, before the theatre crumbles under its own weight. That way is to arrange a boycott, led by a neighboorhood group, and complete with adequate publicity identifying the reasons for the boycott. If the revenue subsequently slows, the current ownership will either have to address the concerns, or sell to a buyer who understands that listening to the patrons is what it will take to suceed.