Friday January 26, 2007

Low ticket sales and high operating costs caused an unanticipated $610,000 loss for the first three months at the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts. Not good, but attendence went from 26% in October to 38% in November to 52% in December.

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  1. Onajide    Sat Jan 27, 10:12 AM #  

    In one of the poorest cities in the US, lack of strong classical music traditions, lack of strong formal music in general, lack of strong dance and performing arts traditions, this is to be expected. All the high colored glossies they send me cost a lot of money too. Let’s not forget how many millions over budget they went before the doors officially opened.



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  3. Protect Taxpayers    Wed Jan 31, 11:55 AM #  

    This turkey is losing $100,000 per month. Cost $450 Mil so far.

    How about another turkey, Parrot Jungle? That has cost the County and City and taxpayers another $25+ Mil. Losing $2 Mil a year. Time to foreclose!