In Historic Everett Theatre manager Curt Shriner’s world, the question of saving or selling the old playhouse largely owned by his brother is a matter of finding more partners. The theater is for sale for $1.9 million. Curt Shriner, shown here in the mirrored lobby, plans to stay on as an owner and manager. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

In Historic Everett Theatre manager Curt Shriner’s world, the question of saving or selling the old playhouse largely owned by his brother is a matter of finding more partners. The theater is for sale for $1.9 million. Curt Shriner, shown here in the mirrored lobby, plans to stay on as an owner and manager. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Historic Everett Theatre holds an audition for new investors

Says a prospective new owner, who is a local actress: “Culture strengthens the community.”

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