GILBERT, AZ - It's been a challenging month for a Gilbert theater company. A fire is testing their resolve that "the show must go on."
The Copperstar Repertory Theatre lost many of their sets and props when the organizer's home caught fire earlier this month, but they're not giving up.
They're practicing for their upcoming "Wizard of Oz" run, which begins October 19th.
The group is raising money to replace paints and props, and searching for a place to rebuild the sets.
Organizers say they're trying their best to be ready for the curtain to rise next month.
Visit the website for more on the Copperstar Repertory Theatre and how you can help out.
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