Seattle’s Intiman Theatre is moving forward with a plan to reopen in 2012, Seattle Times reports.

In April, the theatre closed after suffering financial problems. It had risen approximately

$800,000 and was attempting to raise another $1 million by this September. After failing to meet spring time fundraising goals, the theater shuttered.

But according to the report, the theater is now head to reopen. It has planned to interested financial backers. With a new artistic plan for 2012, the theater will also open its 440-seat playhouse to other arts groups, and raise money while trying to retire a $500,000 debt and serve 2011 subscribers and ticket holders.

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Comments (4)
  1. Rob says:

    “It had risen …” ???

    Funds are normally raised, not risen.

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