After a rival non-profit, The Keta Legacy Foundation, locked the Mountaineers out of their outdoor theater, a judge granted the group temporary access.
EDMONDS, Wash. — Maria and the Von Trapp family may “have confidence in sunshine,” but that confidence was a little shaken this week when they were locked out of their own stage venue.
“We were so shocked that they would have done this,” The Mountaineers’ CEO Tom Vogl said.
The first official play at the Kitsap Forest Theater was performed exactly 100 years ago this June, but this year could be The Mountaineers Players‘ last year performing there if they lose
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