The Community Theatre of Greensboro has a permanent home at 520 South Elm Street. Here, dreams are made. Children try out for the Wizard of Oz, and other plays, and, if cast, they have the experience of a lifetime. CTG was founded in 1949 and is the oldest arts organization in Guilford County. While they are in their 64th season, they are in their first permanent home. If you get a chance, stop by 520 South Elm and enjoy a performance.
Don't you think this entrance beautiful? The red, white, black, the glass diamonds really make the entrance stand out. Notice that the Salvation Army is embedded in the mosaic tiles at the entrance. It would be interesting to hear some of the stories of the Salvation Army era, here. Happy Saturday and happy Weekend Reflections.