John Breslin Auditorium
A relatively non-descript religious college auditorium made notable by the decrepit and scary caged elevator behind the stage that must be used for load-in. Also notable for the unevenness of the stage. Supposedly the building was build on top of landfill on the banks of the Saddle River, but the building is settling and has had flooding problems in the past. Nature will not be defied, even by the church.
Those who have grown up in this packaged world accept such external controls and compulsions as normal: their loss of choice, their loss of taste, they do not even notice, for they have never known anything different. We have now exchanged autonomy for automation. (Lewis Mumford)