In the summer of 2007 a few people were discussing a
desire to do something unique as a fundraiser for the Auburn
Community Center. Out of that discussion, came the
decision to do a family show on the center’s stage in what
ACT now affectionately calls the “gymnatorium.” Since
there was no money for royalties, current artistic director,
Bert Miller, wrote a children’s play with hysterical adult
overtones called The Gingerbread Inn. The show was a
delightful candy colored set with fluffy costumes made from
thrift store sheets and curtains.
|fledgling community theater by Rick Abbot called Play On! There was
a touch of "art imitating life" in that one!