“New York theater critic chucks woman’s cell phone…”

because she kept using it during a performance of the musical “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812.”

And Kevin Williamson, the theater critic for the New Criterion, kept asking her to stop. She didn’t, “so he grabbed her phone and chucked it.”

She slapped him and “sped toward the exit, her high heels loudly click-click-clicking as the show was in progress.”

The woman said she might sue. If she does, one million of us will be in court supporting Mr. Williamson — who posted his tale on TalkinBroadway.com.

The story and quotes, though, come from the Daily News.

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