Burning Down the House 

In the wake of an ugly, public divorce with its founding director, can anyone save the Firehouse Theatre?

The fireman is gone. Though the building that the Firehouse Theatre Project calls home hasn't functioned as a fire station in nearly two decades, a life-sized figure of a fireman stood guard over the theater's lobby for years. He was a…

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