GREENSBORO, N.C. — From classical styles to celebration dresses, a Community Theatre of Greensboro will go from playhouse to promenade domicile this weekend.
“Walk around, see that dresses they’re meddlesome in,” pronounced Roz Fulton, preparation and artistic executive for a Community Theater of Greensboro.
She came adult with a thought after a outrageous donation.
Bill Wollert donated some-more than 500 new dresses to a museum before shutting his spousal store Bridal Mart in Burlington during a summer.
Most of a dresses are value $100 to $300.
“Business was good for me for many years,” Wollert said. “And, it was time for me to assistance other people.”
Some of a dresses were kept as costumes, though Fulton wanted to use a rest to compensate it forward.
“What can we do to assistance my community?” she said. “Yes, we are a theater, though it’s not about a singing and dancing all a time, it’s about what else can we do?”
Say Yes Guilford, that offers college scholarships, also assimilated a effort.
Donnie Turlington, halt executive executive of Say Yes Guilford, is operative with superintendence counselors to brand girls from low-income families who could use a tiny help.
It’s a tiny present to families traffic with most bigger needs.
“Probably two-thirds of a students in some schools, some schools maybe it’s each tyro that’s on giveaway and reduced lunch,” Turlington said. “That tells us that there is rather of a financial need in a lot of a families.”
The dress giveaway will be Sunday Feb. 25 from 4 to 7 p.m. in a studio during a Community Theatre of Greensboro during 520 S. Elm St. in Greensboro.