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Trapnell to serve as managing director

Seattle’s ACT Theater confirmed it had raised $1.5 million by its self-imposed April 15 deadline, allowing the company to mount a five-play 2003 season that had seemed in doubt after serious fiscal problems came to light in February.

Susan Trapnell will serve as the company’s managing director and Kurt Beattie as artistic director.

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