After 37 years, curtain falls on Theatre North as Bingo revenue, donations dried up
BERLIN - The group depended heavily on Bingo, which was held for years at St. Anne's Church. That began to cost more than the group was making, and Bingo was discontinued last June, board chairman Laura Jamison said. The group also depended on donations, also declining in recent years. After a thorough appraisal of the organization’s financial situation, Theatre North voted on Wednesday, Feb. 6 to dissolve. It was felt the organization was now at a point where it could not sustain itself.
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