Georgia Shakespeare must raise $150,000 by Sept. 23 or it will cease operations and shut its doors. If the money is raised, it will finish its season with “The Glass Menagerie,” adapt a new business model and launch a second fund-raising campaign to raise $350,000 by the end of the year.

The 26-year-old theater, which has operated in the black for the past two years, is the most recent high-profile local arts organization to make a public plea for emergency cash. Actor’s Express Theatre asked its patrons for $200,000 in February.

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