STAGE TUBE: Intiman Theatre Thanks Supporters for Help

By: Feb. 07, 2012
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Intiman Theatre has met its pledge goal of $1 million., and as a result the Intiman Board of Trustees has voted to reopen Intiman and move forward with production of the 2012 Intiman Theatre Festival. The vote of the Trustees enables Artistic Director, Andrew Russell, to proceed in the production of the Theatre's new festival model - a four-play summer festival season curated from a collective of local artists and performed by a repertory company of 12 local actors. All money pledged to date will go directly towards supporting the 2012 production season.

Check out a short video from the Intiman team below!

Those interested in purchasing tickets or pledging additional support can learn more on the theatre's website at The 2012 season will be Intiman's 40th and the summer festival will coincide with the Next Fifty celebrations at the Seattle Center.

Intiman Theatre is a Tony Award winning regional theatre founded by Megs Booker in 1972. Over the past 40 years the theatre has been host to artistic directors Liz Huddle, Warner Schook, Bartlett Sher and Kate Whoriskey. Intiman is known for producing bold classical productions and epic new works, including Angels in America, The Kentucky Cycle, The Light in the Piazza, and Ruined. The theatre has presented over 200 productions to Seattle audiences, and will celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2012.




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