Tweet By Colin Dabkowski | News Arts Critic | @colindabkowski | Google+ on Thursday, June 5, 2014 7:21 AM, updated: June 5, 2014 at 3:22 pm ADVERTISEMENT In a Facebook post on Wednesday, an organization representing Buffalo's Theater District declared in no uncertain terms that the Cheektowaga woman caught spewing racist slurs on video was banned from the district's theaters, restaurants and other businesses. UPDATE: The Facebook page is not affiliated with Buffalo's Theatre District Association, the consortium of theaters that plans the annual Curtain Up! event. Here's the text of the post, which includes an out for the woman should she "seek professional help and change (her) ways": ATTENTION: JANELLE AMBROSIA, you are officially#BANNED from our district for life. Our businesses: Restaurants, Theater's, Retail Stores, Art Galleries, Nightclubs, all Public Buildings, and organizers for special events will have the absolute right to have their security escort you out of their establishments, deny access and or call the BPD to have you removed if you do not comply....Unless you seek professional help and change your ways, we may reconsider. Till then, you will remain #BANNED. We do not tolerate#Racism what so ever.