Much obliged: The Community Theatre thanks the Myra Foundation
The Myra Foundation's continued support has enabled us to provide live, community theatre for 71 seasons.
Upon arriving at the Fire Hall, one will first notice the sign on the south side of the building. On entering the building, one will notice the large red awning and the level cement sidewalk, which makes it possible for those in wheelchairs and electric scooters to enter the theatre. One inside our lobby, one will notice the beautiful floors and wainscoting on the walls. The warmth and charm of our 114-year-old building welcomes all who enter with heat in the winter and air-conditioned coolness in the summer.
Inside the "house," one will notice the quality carpet. During the show, the lights, which illuminate the actors on stage shine brightly. When we perform in a larger venue, our body mics travel with us.
All of the above has been provided due to grant awards from the Myra Foundation. Box office receipts allow us to pay the expenses of a show and basic utilities. But year after year, the Myra Foundation has provided financial support to maintain our building and raise the bar on our productions.
We greatly appreciate the recent grant of $4,500 to fix our ceiling and upgrade our tech booth. We are fortunate to benefit from the Myra Foundation's generosity in our community.