Shows with more movement, dancing & jumping about tended to have more AC
My best friend Sherry & I recently went on a trip up north to the city, and every one of us decided to see musicals done on a professional stage. Every one of us saw various of them in a short trip. Each musical was amazing & quite different; What was neat is that every production was done in a new locale! You would recognize that every stage is the same & theater experience would be similar, nope, the locales all permitted unusual things & were laid out different; One locale allowed food & snacks inside, then so always I could hear crunching while in the show, another 1 had a strict dress code which made Sherry & I have to buy new outfits. What I especially found interesting was that the climate control was considerably unusual for each event, i assumed every theater production would have heavy AC, but the dancers need to be kept cool & the singers don’t want to sweat to death. This was not the case at all. I had 1 show were the A/C was cranked, another where there seemed to be no Heating as well as Air Conditioning & the other almost felt heated. I recognize the Heating as well as Air Conditioning settings depends on a lot of unusual factors. I recognize the theater has its own central thermostat & rules for how much heat & air it gives off. I also recognize the type of shows affect the climate control settings. Shows with more movement, dancing & jumping about tended to have more AC. The 1 show that felt heated was basically a stationary musical. I could see where the theater could have heating & not affect the performers.