Curt Shriner sits near the stage in the Historic Everett Theatre that his wife Laura loved. The theater’s box office manager and an actress, Laura Shriner died while in Las Vegas last Thursday with her husband. Curt is the theater manager. Some of his favorite pictures of her are near the front of the stage where she stood so many times. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Curt Shriner sits near the stage in the Historic Everett Theatre that his wife Laura loved. The theater’s box office manager and an actress, Laura Shriner died while in Las Vegas last Thursday with her husband. Curt is the theater manager. Some of his favorite pictures of her are near the front of the stage where she stood so many times. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Onstage and off, Laura Shriner was the theater’s bright light

Historic Everett Theatre manager’s wife died during Vegas trip. A popular actor, she ran box office.

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