Letter: Noisy, Less Comfortable and Messy

To the Editor:

I agree with recent letters about the lack of comfort at the Loew Auditorium in comparison to the overall comfort at Spaulding Auditorium. I also question how much revenue the concession stand is generating. I attended the entire silent film series and while listening to the informative pre-movie comments and the outstanding live music, I was surrounded by the munching of popcorn and the crunching of the containers. Hardly silent! Additionally, at the conclusion of the films, the floor of the theater was a mess from dropped snacks.

I cast another vote for going back to Spaulding.

Linda Tober



Letter: Terrible Place to Watch Movies

Thursday, February 21, 2013

To the Editor: Barbara Jones of Enfield is correct (“Bring Movies Back to Spaulding,” Feb. 21). The Loew Auditorium at the Black Family Visual Arts building is totally unsuited to showing films to a mature audience. I have suffered through several performances of the Metropolitan Opera in HD. The seats are narrow and short and the knee room is almost …

Letter: Bring Movies Back to Spaulding

Monday, February 18, 2013

To the Editor: One of the delights (and draws) of the Upper Valley is the large movie screen in Spaulding Auditorium at the Hop. This screen was designed and installed to show film to students and the community the way it is meant to be seen. The sound system has been periodically upgraded, and the seats are divine; it’s a …