MICHAEL DELFINO - Speak Bankhead please

Michael Delfino write a nice letter to editor in the May 29 Indpendent. He asks that 'if the power that be" that controls the bankhead will do "whatever it takes" to keep the bankheads open, will that include them resigning from the board and let professinoals run the bankhead organization.

I hopes that the Delfino will post his entire letter hear for everyone to reads it because the Rat says he does not read that rag, so he is one that needs to reads it here direct from the Delfino.

Please, you Michael, post your letter here. Thanks be to you.
Jow May 30, 2014 at 05:33 PM
Lol, so it is "his" "opinion" that the current people in charge of the Bankhead are not professionals. You know what they say about opinions... Ha ha... I like the tough guy picture too Maurice. Nice touch.
Mike Hunt May 30, 2014 at 05:49 PM
I think that there is more than enough proof that the Bankhead has been mismanaged from the beginning. Delfino also appears to be correct in his statements related to the types of productions that are there, and that the younger crowds are not part of the demographics that the shows are made for. how many executive directors has the Bankhead gone through, and why / under what conditions have they left?
The Defective Cat May 30, 2014 at 06:36 PM
The reggae show there was fun and focused on a younger demographic. We need more shows like that and the cops to calm down a little on the harassment of event goers.
Jow May 30, 2014 at 07:58 PM
They do dance shows and plays for youth. Some of their past directors were just interim directors. I agree though some shows for 20-30 somethings would be nice.
Desert Rat May 30, 2014 at 09:55 PM
What about burlesque?


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