What Assurances Do "Sight & Sound Theatres" Give their Audience that the Place Is Clean?

Live Animals?
@mythociate (15747)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
February 28, 2017 12:38pm CST
Because descriptions of most of their shows end with "live animals - on stage and in the aisles." http://informaniacal.blogspot.com/2017/02/sight-sound-theatresflooding-media-to.html A little 'digging' reveals that "Sight & Sound's animals live on the grounds at each theatre complex. They are comfortably housed in buildings, with an additional indoor facility for training. All of the animals are owned by the company and are trained by our animal husbandry staff of more than a dozen people," and, "Both theatres are home to a variety of animals. A recent survey of the animals who have appeared in our shows includes: Vietnamese potbellied pigs, Angora goats, Barbados sheep, baby doll sheep, Corriedale sheep, llamas, camels, Scottish Highlander cattle, Jersey cattle, donkeys, miniature donkeys, goats, horses, ponies, dogs (Saint Bernard, Welsh Corgi, Old English Sheepdog and German Shepherd/Australian Cattle Dog mix), Himalayan cats, skunks, macaws, rabbits, chickens of various breeds, doves, white pigeons, Peking ducks, geese, Crescent ducks, turkeys, alpacas and zebus." But is there oversight? Maybe by the ASPCA, a Sanitation-Department or some other certified organization?
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@DianneN (82236)
• United States
28 Feb 17
I am totally unaware of anything like that happening in theaters around me. Nor do I go to shows like that.
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@stbrians (15854)
• Kakamega, Kenya
28 Feb 17
Are the animal shelters checked frequently by ASPCA? If not then they are unhealthy environment for them.
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