Should theatergoer lose his cell phone privileges for life?

A ringing phone in the theater is no longer acceptable, especially when it’s live theater. And so it shocked Chicago Tribune theater critic Chris Jones when minutes before the conclusion of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? — as the rapt audience waited for Martha to answer George’s question, “Are you all right” — “a boppy, perky, electronic tune rang out in

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