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Published on Nov 13, 2013

Industry Theater has been open since December of 2011, it has featured over 250 shows hosting over 1,000 local, national, and international groups of all genres. The Antelope Valley's home for creativity, music, and culture, Industry Theater hosts 3-4 shows weekly giving any artist who needs to be heard a chance.
Unfortunately, the local government is less fond of free expression than the people of the area. The City of Lancaster is trying to shut down the venue for a slew of petty and arbitrary accusations, including hosting a show that started before 7pm, having a haunted house on a wednesday, and having a show go past 1am. These accusations are based on flyers found on line (that were not designed, approved, or promoted by the venue) and 'sworn statements' from police officers.
It has become clear that the city is not building a case based on what is correct, or legal-they are fabricating evidence based on corrupt officials and dishonest police officers. Spearheaded by Lee D'errico, the case against Industry Theater is a question of personal interests versus a concert venue that continuously gives back to the community, be it benefit shows, canned food drives, free concerts, or just a place for local musicians to practice.
Please google Lee D'errico so you can see what were up against. A sheriff FORCED to retire due to MULTIPLE excessive force reports, he was denied a job as a fire fighter because of his emotional issues, now he makes salary doing the city of Lancaster's dirty work. When associates of Industry Theater went to meet with him, they were told he DOES NOT meet with the public (even though he is a 'public safety' employee), apparently Mr. D'errico is above the law, and thinks he can maliciously bully and harass local businesses if they are not owned by him or his friends.

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