+1 happiness(all classes) 市民の不満改善+1
+4 per turn town wealth in the region ターン毎に町の収入+4
Enhances national prestige 国威強化
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of ：民兵
Sensation and spectacle for the people can keep them occupied and entertained, not to mention distracted
A night at the theatre is a bawdy, rambunctious, rowdy, exciting and novel experience.
It improves the happiness of all social classes and actually increases the town’s wealth
slightly. Audiences are aggressively critical and show little respect: heckling is an art, and
performers play to their claques rather than follow the text. The chattering classes
eagerly await each new performance, each great actor-manager, and each new work.
Historically, theatres could mean a great deal of trouble for the authorities. Riots were
not uncommon if unpopular or provocative plays were staged, and David Garrick, the
leading light of the London stage, was once forced to kneel before a fickle audience.
They were in the process of completely wrecking his theatre and his livelihood! Because
of this public excitability, and the potential for subversive propaganda, in the interests
of “public morality” all governments closely monitored theatre performances. Indeed,
Great Britain only scrapped formal censorship of plays in 1968 when the Lord
Chancellor’s Office no longer required London theatres to have its approval for every
production. The censorious instinct still runs deep in some countries and some
governments to this day.