Do theater-lovers spend too much time in the dark? Howard Sherman says they might.
And that might be unexceptional except that Howard Sherman is executive director of the American Theatre Wing, which administers the Tony Awards, and sees every play on Broadway each season and much more besides.
But Sherman argues, in a column in the New York Times, that there’s more to life than waiting for the lights to go down, and I tend to see his point of view. Read what he has to say, and then tell me, theater fanatics — is he full of it, or do you agree?