Billed as the only professional theater operating between Boston and Providence, the award-winning Fiddlehead had its last performance in the Norwood Theatre, its home since 1996, last week. Meg Fofonoff, the company's founder and executive officer, said the Fiddlehead hopes to resume operations at a new venue to be determined.
Fofonoff said the company never really achieved the critical mass it wanted in Norwood.
"We never had the appropriate audiences our productions should have had," she said, declining to be more specific. "That's always been one of our big struggles, attracting a consistent audience."
Fofonoff said the theater's location in the suburbs also limited choices when it came to programming.
Monday, May 11, 2009
Fiddlehead Theatre Moving
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