Mary-Arrchie Theatre Company announced Tuesday that it's upcoming 30th season, which launches September 10th, will be it's last.
Rich Cotovsky, the founder and artistic director for the company, shared that the company lost their lease in the building that served as their home for 26 years. Like Strawdog's recent announcement, the entire city block is being redeveloped.
Mary-Arrchie was always known for edgy, anti-establishment productions, including massive hits The Glass Menagerie and Superior Donuts. They also presented the annual Abbie Hoffman Died for Our Sins, lovingly known by those in the industry as Abbie Fest.
For more information on Mary-Arrchie's final season, which will begin with Guardians by Peter Morris, please visit:
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