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An anonymous source exposed a married couple as swingers. Was the Civic Theatre right to fire them?

It had been a coup for Yvonne A.K. Johnson, executive artistic director of Spokane Civic Theatre. In the middle of a recession, ticket sales and fundraising were so successful that she succeeded in creating a much-coveted position: the theater’s first-ever full-time…

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