This case involves a woman slipping and falling at a movie theater. The plaintiff was attending a film at a movie theater that had arena seating. The plaintiff got up to go to the bathroom and while walking down an unlit stairwell, slipped on a spilled liquid. She hydroplaned into a railing post in the center of the stairwell and broke her arm, which required emergency surgery. From the injury, she developed a permanent disability. The theater had recently been renovated. While the arena had lights installed outside the movie theater, they failed to put “runway” type lighting on their stairway entrances and exits. Also, the new paint that was used during the renovation did not contain non-slip strips.