"A little of the intent with 'The Producers' was to show off what we could do in the new venue," Kilpatrick said.
"I enjoyed the ride over. It was fun," Tumlin said.
$225 an hour.
Before or after a show, "and even sometimes both," Phillips said he Air Max Tavas Action Red dines at a restaurant on the Square.
DMDA board member Dave Reardon, who owns Shillings on the Square, said the problem was not enough people knew about the trolley service.
The amount of riders would have to double to be a good investment, DMDA Chairman Tom Browning said.
Hey guys. The article is pretty clear that the Trolley is getting paid a hourly fee by the city, regardless of how many people riding it. It's only because no one is using it that it figures out to $18/person. If the trolley was full all the time, as was the plan, the city would be getting a good deal (per person) to bus in customers to the square. That's math!
MARIETTA A city agency charged with downtown development will stop paying to shuttle people to musical theater shows at the Cobb Civic Center after they dine on the Marietta Square.
Buckalew said the number of people using the service grew each weekend, with more than 40 people riding the trolley Saturday nights.
The show will go on
Gene Phillips, president of the Miss Cobb Pageant that is every year at the Civic Center, has attended many Lyric productions over the last few years at the Strand Theatre.
brought in," he said.
"If we do it again, we really need to get the word out," Reardon said.
will host the Atlanta Lyric Theatre's next show, "Guys and Dolls," from Oct. 25 to Nov. 10.
"I think they can do more with the lighting and the sound," Phillips said, c comparing the new and old venues.
"We gave the DMDA a tremendously discounted rate," said Brian Buckalew, who owns the trolley company.
Mayor Steve Tumlin said he took the trolley to a recent show.
One trolley can hold 30 riders, and the published rate for The Historic Marietta Trolley Co. on a Saturday night is Air Max Thea Premium Tan
The DMDA paid The Historic Marietta Trolley Co. $4,500 to shuttle people from the Civic Center to the Square for the production of "The Producers," which ran for 11 shows from Aug. 9 to Aug. 25.
The biggest audiences for "The Producers" were Saturday nights and Sunday matinees, with close to 500 audience members in the over 600 seat venue, he said.
Last month, Phillips used his own car to make the trek from downtown to the Civic Center, but said he thinks the trolley is a good idea and saw people using the service.
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Buckalew said he was thankful for the trial run.
Phillips said the stage at the Civic Center is bigger than the Strand's, and every seat in the auditorium is great.
"Number wise, I didn't see that big of a change as far as money Air Max Thea Vs Air Max 90
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Reardon said he compared the earnings of his restaurant to nights when the Lyric was housed at the Strand to when it moved into the Civic Center.
"Any time we get to participate in anything on the Square, it is fun," he said.
Last month, 247 people rode the trolley, which meant the DMDA paid $18 a person.
Allan Kilpatrick, associate artistic director for the Atlanta Lyric Theatre, said "The Producers" was the biggest production in the company's 33 year history, due to having more room for scenery, set pieces and props.
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