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Update: today is the day I find out how the fates knoted my life.
The list of things we give up for theatre is long and varied, and indicated above.
But remember, we also gave up long term security for the theatre. How brave is that? (Pat yourself on the back.)
Here's the more important question: What have you given up for theatre, that you regret giving up? If you had the chance to do it all over again, would you do it the same way?
How do I respond in a professional tone, considering 1) the schedule was not my making 2) we can't change the schedule at this point and 3) He does tend to complain a lot, and I have heard no complaints regarding the schedule from my cast ?Insofar as he's whining or being petulant, don't respond at all. You're running a theatre, not a Finishing School for Proper Young Ladies And Gentlemen. It's not your job to set him straight or "fix" his rude outbursts, and no good will come of assuming the responsibility.
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