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Delaware Supreme Court Theater Ruling Addresses Party’s Deposition Demeanor

There are difficult depositions. Unproductive depositions. Ones where people cry or are rude or angry. And then, as the Delaware Supreme Court noted, there’s Carole Shorenstein Hays. The 70-year-old Tony award-winning theater producer’s behavior during her deposition prompted the Delaware Supreme Court to issue a 20-page addendum blasting her.


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It’s a fight that pits Carole Shorenstein Hays, the owner of San Francisco’s Curran Theatre, against San Francisco theater owner Robert Nederlander. He claims that Hays improperly competed to put on the musical Dear Evan Hansen and the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, in violation of an LLC agreement governing another theater company in San Francisco, Shorenstein Hays-Nederlander Theatres LLC (SHN), that the parties jointly own.

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