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Spokane Interplayers Theater Needs Major Money To Stay Open

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SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Interplayers Theater announced their summer season last night, but those shows may never make it to the stage. That's because the non-profit theater needs thousands of dollars to keep the stage light on, and they don't have very much time to raise that money.  

They need $150,000 to keep the doors open before May 31st to keep the theater alive. Inside it's a stunning venue with every seat no further than six rows from the stage. Don Hamilton is one of the board members and he said the theater has been around for 33 years and every single year they've put on at least seven performances.

Just like many other things right now times are tough and if the theater is going to make it in Spokane, they're going to need help from fellow businesses and individuals throughout the area.   They are now asking for help for local individuals or businesses if you are able.

You can call the box office to donate at 509-455-7529 and all of your money will go toward different items that keep the operation up and running.

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