Jobsite devotees

One might still debate whether Mark Leib’s review of Jobsite’s hit play March of the Kitefliers revealed too much of the plot, but one thing was not debatable: The passionate devotion of Jobsite’s fans. We printed only a few of the letters we received in protest of Mark’s review, but they all shared an undiluted joy in having discovered a new play — and, to be fair, a sense of violation. Whether you agreed with them or not, it was heartening to see so many people willing to lay it on the line, not just for Jobsite, but for the core value of live theater itself. Every theater company should have such a fan base.

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