We took the tour on a Monday afternoon. After the tour started we were told actors were in the theater rehearsing and our guide may not be able to point out the areas inside the theater, if they were in the process of rehearsing. She provided a fast-paced recap of what we would see once inside the theater prior to us entering, in case she couldn't speak inside the theater. Since she was able to speak we basically heard the same overview again. Although the actors weren't rehearsing they were sitting in a section of the theater and our guide kept scolding us not to take any pictures that included the actors. So all cameras needed to be pointed at the tour guide or at the center of the stage. If our guide felt a camera was straying from this she stopped her overview and scolded the group again. We were in and out of the theater in minutes, since the actors could start rehearsing at any moment. Once out of the theater our guide then went on a sales pitch selling performance tickets, pointing out the cafe and the store. On the website there is a disclaimer this is a working theater so sometimes tours may not be available or affected by technical work in the theater. If you plan on taking this tour I would ask before it started, is there any activity in the theater that could impact the tour.
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