More Details on Intiman’s Plan of Action

Sent yesterday from their Board of Directors:

Dear Friends of Intiman,

Thank you for your many messages in response to our letter to you in June. We certainly appreciate hearing from you. Please continue to let us know your ideas, questions and concerns.

We continue to receive questions about using 2011 Intiman tickets to attend other arts events in the Puget Sound region. You still have until November 2011 to redeem them so please call or email me with any questions. There are also instructions posted on our website www.intiman.org. If you did not keep your paper tickets or you had electronic tickets, please let me know and I will send you documentation to use in lieu of your paper tickets.

The Intiman Theatre Board of Trustees continues to explore options for reopening the theatre in 2012. In May we held a forum with a group of local artists who generously shared their ideas about the future of Intiman. After hearing the artists’ ideas, we held a half-day board retreat and identified a timeline for making a decision about the format and business model for Intiman Theatre. This month we are further exploring ideas with several individual artists. By August we will identify the preferred concept for reopening the theatre. In September we will seek the advice of key supporters and funders. By October we hope to announce our decision about reopening the theatre in 2012.

Over the past two months, we have successfully rented the Intiman Playhouse and rehearsal studio to a variety of performing arts organizations. To supplement this rental income, the Board of Trustees are making monthly contributions to keep the Playhouse operating during Intiman’s pause.

I look forward to updating you again in August. In the meantime, please contact me directly at bruceandmeg@msn.com or 206 362-7567 with any questions or concerns. Thank you for your continued interest in, and support of, Intiman Theatre.

On behalf of the board of trustees, I send warm regards,

President, Board of Trustees, Intiman Theatre

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