HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater in downtown Hagerstown will remain open for another season.
Co-owner of the theater, Jeff Czerbinski, had said last month that the theater was scheduled to close due to the troubled economy and a lack of interest from the public. Czerbinski tells the Herald-Mail of Hagerstown that there has been a recent outpouring of support for the theater and that a new season will run from May to March 2013.
Czerbinski says the theater is now seeking corporate sponsors and offering a VIP pass that gives patrons a season ticket discount price for individual shows. He says he will also be putting up new signs on the side and front of the theater on Potomac Street, near City Hall, to attract patrons.
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