Jeff Kingsbury, whose Capital Playhouse had some trouble with vandals in 2008, went on unpaid leave from the theater late last year after telling the theater's board about the playhouse's financial troubles. The playhouse is again solvent but has parted ways with Kingsbury.
Jeff Kingsbury, whose Capital Playhouse had some trouble with vandals in 2008, went on unpaid leave from the theater late last year after telling the theater's board about the playhouse's financial troubles. The playhouse is again solvent but has parted ways with Kingsbury. THE OLYMPIAN FILE, 2008
Jeff Kingsbury, whose Capital Playhouse had some trouble with vandals in 2008, went on unpaid leave from the theater late last year after telling the theater's board about the playhouse's financial troubles. The playhouse is again solvent but has parted ways with Kingsbury. THE OLYMPIAN FILE, 2008

Kingsbury out at Capital Playhouse

April 15, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED April 15, 2011 07:23 AM

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