An innovator and entrepreneur, Robert Kasirer immigrated to the United States from Europe as a boy where his parents survived the Nazi occupation of the 1930s and 1940s. Since moving to the United States, Robert Kasirer has established himself as an advocate for the provision of long-term care for the elderly and individuals with disabilities. Outside of his professional efforts to improve the lives of those in need of long-term care services, Mr. Kasirer enjoys attending shows at the Hollywood Bowl.
A music venue and theater in Hollywood, California, the Hollywood Bowl is the largest natural outdoor amphitheater in the United States. The bowl, which has been named the best major outdoor venue by Pollstar Magazine, was first opened in 1922 and is the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. In additional, it is host to many other summer concerts.
Individuals visiting the Hollywood Bowl for a concert have access to several types of seating arrangements. In addition to box seats, which are partitioned off groups of chairs with canvas supports, the venue offers SuperSeats. SuperSeats are molded plastic seats that include cup holders. Wooden bench seats are the final option, and visitors can also rent a seat cushion for additional comfort.