Like many families during the COVID-19 crisis, Stage Coach Players has had to adjust to a year of alternative plans and has used the unexpectedly empty season to repair the roof and cement around the front and rear entrances.
“The roof was at least 20 years old when we moved in to the building 20 years ago,” said Steve Becker, Stage Coach Players President. “Parts of it had begun to leak and cause structural damage to the underlying structure. Thanks to the excellent work of Pinkston-Tadd of DeKalb, we now have an insulated, leak-proof roof with a locking hatch and no unnecessary vents.”
“The cement around the front and back entrances has been replaced with cement that has been pinned to the building and surrounding concrete,” said Bernie Schuneman, Stage Coach Players Building and Grounds Chairperson. “We had various issues that caused tripping hazards year-round. Now we do not.”
“We can now not only entertain our patrons,” Schuneman added, “but also get them in the door safely and keep them comfortable and dry when we have the chance to move our entertainment off the internet and back into our lovely theatre.”
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