Friday, May 21, 2010

Hopeful sign?

The biggest artistic casualty of the economic crash in Virginia was Roanoke's Mill Mountain Theatre, which shut down in January 2009. Now the company has cleared its debts and is raising funds to mount a full (albeit slimmed-down) season in 2012. Its Friday night improv show, "No Shame Theatre," will relaunch on May 28, Mike Allen reports in The Roanoke Times: