Why quibble? Just give in to romance

Why quibble? Just give in to romance

There are 3 comments on the Philly.com story from Sep 13, 2007, titled Why quibble? Just give in to romance. In it, Philly.com reports that:

Vivica A. Fox and Boris Kodjoe provide fine set decoration in "Whatever She Wants" at the Merriam Theatre. via Philly.com

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Towanda

Westminster, MD

#1 Oct 27, 2007
Hi, I attended the play on Friday, October 26, 2007 in Baltimore, Maryland. I really enjoyed the show. However, my spirits were dampered as we exited. Mr. Bois Kojo announced that he would be out to take pictures after the show. When I arrived in the lobby, I show Mr. Kojo from a distance and attempted to take a picture with my cell phone. I was almost attaked by a security man. He told me I could not take a picture so I put my phone down, but he proceeded to walk towards me in a threatening manner stating I told you "no pictures". Well he did not tell me that because I had just walked in the lobby. If you all do not want people taking pictures, perhaps you should have put Mr. Kojo behind a curtain. It was a disappointing end to an otherwise great night.
VENESSA

Kingston, Jamaica

#2 Feb 5, 2008
I AGREE WITH YOU HE SHOULD REALLY BE BEHIND A CURTIAN IF THEY DID NOT WANT PICTURES TO BE TAKEN OFF HIM
CHO1CHANTA

Hartford, CT

#3 Apr 18, 2008
Towanda wrote:
Hi, I attended the play on Friday, October 26, 2007 in Baltimore, Maryland. I really enjoyed the show. However, my spirits were dampered as we exited. Mr. Bois Kojo announced that he would be out to take pictures after the show. When I arrived in the lobby, I show Mr. Kojo from a distance and attempted to take a picture with my cell phone. I was almost attaked by a security man. He told me I could not take a picture so I put my phone down, but he proceeded to walk towards me in a threatening manner stating I told you "no pictures". Well he did not tell me that because I had just walked in the lobby. If you all do not want people taking pictures, perhaps you should have put Mr. Kojo behind a curtain. It was a disappointing end to an otherwise great night.
It appears that the police officer had orders to act in such a way, but if their aggression was such then that is the officers wrong doing. Given the many that attended better decency should have been shown to the clientel that allowed him to have a job at that given event.

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