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Tiburon Playhouse becomes ‘casualty of pandemic’

The Tiburon Playhouse, a fixture of downtown social life for more than 60 years and host of the Tiburon International Film Festival, has closed permanently after going six months without customers due to coronavirus-related public-health restrictions. “Tiburon Playhouse a casualty of the pandemic,” owner David Corkill said in a Sept. 11 interview, adding that he has negotiated out of his lease with ACV Argo Tiburon LP, which owns the 40 Main St. building. ACV Argo Tiburon did not respond to inquiries about its plans for the space. (Elliot Karlan photo / For The Ark).

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