John Haynes, executive director of the unbuilt Tateuchi Center, sits in front of an illustration of the 2,000-seat theater proposed for downtown Bellevue. The former network TV program executive was brought to Bellevue in 2007 to lead the effort to raise money and build the center.
Demand for the Eastside’s first large-scale performing arts center is clear to those planning to build the Tateuchi Center in downtown Bellevue. But money to build it is in short supply and the public needs to know more about the project.
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