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There’s still no word on whether the Lincoln Theatre will get the public cash infusion it needs to stay open through the rest of the year. But the U Street Theatre Foundation—-the nonprofit that runs the theater—-is supposed to have met with Deputy Mayor Victor L. Hoskins, according to Councilmember Jim Graham‘s media director (who told me this when I ran into him at Whole Foods last night). While we’re waiting for news, let’s dive into the numbers behind Lincoln Theatre’s latest fiscal debacle, with a couple fun facts sprinkled in for good measure.

Illustration by Brooke Hatfield This post originally said that the U Street Theatre Foundation was scheduled to meet with the mayor’s office on Tuesday. Councilmember Graham’s media director clarifies that the meeting was with Deputy Mayor Hoskins. The information has been corrected.