Members of the Play On Theater in Charlottesville are performing their final show in the IX Building.
The clock is ticking for Charlottesville's Play On Theater to find funding for a new home.
On Sunday, the performance of Doctor Dolittle was Play On's last show at the IX Building Theater. The nonprofit community theater group must leave its current home by May 24. Play On still needs to raise $4,000 to relocate.
Performers are asking for the community's support before the curtain falls for good.
"We're really down to the wire here and having people come and see the show is going to really give us a boost of morale, which we need, and just supporting community theater and letting us know that the community wants us to continue would be really great," said Play On performer Devynn Thomas.
Theater members are also asking the community for help moving out. On Monday, they will start packing up anything that's not being used in Doctor Dolittle.
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