I realize that this is a landmark and was built when people were typically much smaller. However, my husband and I went here for a play and while the historical aspect was neat, the confined space, lack of legroom and general space between other guests was little to nil. It made it difficult to enjoy the play itself when you're jostling elbows and feet with the person to your left and right.
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