Less than four months after it opened inside Loveland's Suede Events Center, Wildflower Cabaret was forced to pack up its programming after a falling-out with the owner of the space. Wildflower founders John Seaberry and Sky Cash walked away with heavy hearts and a serious financial loss.
A scene from "The Dating Game," Wildflower's live, interactive spoof on the classic dating show.
But the couple didn't give up on their dream. And they recently launched an aggressive Kickstarter campaign to fund a new home for Wildflower, eyeing a space on Loveland's popular Fourth Street. "We're trying to put in a theater that's smaller, more intimate -- somewhere where we can put original work up," says Seaberry. "We have a lot of great playwrights in Loveland and we'd really like a place where we can create."
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