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Theater treatment

Vice President-elect Mike Pence leaves the Richard Rodgers Theatre after a performance of “Hamilton” in New York on Friday.
Vice President-elect Mike Pence leaves the Richard Rodgers Theatre after a performance of “Hamilton” in New York on Friday. Associated Press

Apologize to the right people

Re “ ‘Hamilton’ actor: ‘There’s nothing to apologize for’ ” (Names & Faces, Nov. 22): Actor Brandon Victor Dixon does not need to apologize for his views when he gave Vice President-elect Mike Pence an earful at the end of Friday’s performance.

He does need to apologize to those who were in attendance who did not want someone’s political opinion foisted upon them. He also needs to apologize to any cast member who was not consulted before he purported to speak for everyone in the cast.

Paul H. Greisen,

Sacramento

Treatment better than at Ford’s

Regarding the treatment of Vice President-elect Mike Pence by the audience and cast of the Broadway musical “Hamilton”: We should look on the bright side, at least the theater manners of Democrats have improved since 1865.

David Walton, Chico

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