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Can you carry in a theatre that puts on Musical Productions? Such as Tampa Bay Performing Arts center? Or a smaller venue?
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The short and simple answer is yes. That's what I like about Florida's CCW law. You can legally carry almost anywhere :thumsup.
 

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As long as they do not have mimes perform there. The temptation to shoot a mime would be too great in my opinion.
 

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Legaly yes you may. the Theater may have a sign posted that says No Weapons, and that is the choice of the management/company. They can ask you to leave if by some odd chance you are found out? and at the worse have you tresspassed if you wont leave.

There is a movie theater in Pinellas county, on E. Bay just west of US Hwy 19 N. that I went to one time. I did not see the No Weapons sign in the window when I went. I did see it on the way out, and I promptly went to the car, retrieved a No Gun, No money card and handed it to the manager in charge.

He mentioned that the sign was in place because of corporate office, and he had no control over it. I told him I would not be coming back until the sign was removed. He told me he was sorry and that he wished he could do something but his hands were tied.
 

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He mentioned that the sign was in place because of corporate office, and he had no control over it. I told him I would not be coming back until the sign was removed. He told me he was sorry and that he wished he could do something but his hands were tied.
He could verbally give you permission to be there with a gun and then you would be okay...
 

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I went to an Opera earlier this year. I did carry. Everyone died in the opera anyway, so there was no temptations so to speak.
 

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I went to an Opera earlier this year. I did carry. Everyone died in the opera anyway, so there was no temptations so to speak.
Was it written in the play or did you have anything to do with it?
 
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