This morning on my way to Summit Middle School, I was listening to an NPR discussion about the change in people’s behavior at Broadway shows. An NPR contributor listed three major categories of theater-goers: (1) the mostly older group that expects a certain level of decorum during a cultural experience; (2) the slightly younger group that pays a premium price for tickets and expects to be entertained and served every moment; and (3) the mostly younger group that wants to ‘tweet’ or ‘text’ throughout the show as if they were sitting on couches in their own homes. I couldn’t help but think how this mirrors the changing worship experience in synagogues across the country. Different people approach the synagogue with different expectations. So, what kind of theater-goer are you? And what kind of shul-goer are you?