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It’s no secret that Bend's Innovation Theaterworks has struggled financially, as have others. But it will carry on offering "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare" as their next production this June. Artistic Director Brad Hills says less disposable income for people is making it difficult for local theatrical companies. “There's the simple case that people's expendable income dollars are down. There's a limit on how much they can spend on entertainment and since there's an awful lot of choices, it's hard. I think we're all looking at creating enough diversity to carve out a sustainable operation. Hills says they've had to scale back their productions to reduce costs. "The Complete works of William Shakespeare" will open on Friday, June 8th.

 

 

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