Anyone who has been to the theater knows that theaters were built a long time ago for people who were much smaller than we are now. We also know that theaters are designed to house as many people as possible. This results in seats that are really only fit for small children.
The other day I went to a show and unfortunately my seat, one of the only seats left, was in the center of the row. I like to sit on the aisle. When I sat down the man beside me said,
“Hi. How are you? I guess we’re family now.”
I only laughed but as I struggled to figure out which part of either armrest belonged to me I realized the show makes the experience worthwhile and yes people who love theater are like an extended family.