Dear Jim and Kay,
When you founded Trustus Theater in 1985, I didn’t comprehend the magnitude of what you did. All these years later I see what the gift you’ve given.
You embraced risk willingly and went out on dangling limb by founding a unique theatre in what can safely be called a conservative community. You followed your dream and that risk has ensured season after season of fresh, thought-provoking theatre. You’ve given us laughter, tears, joy and music. You’ve given actors and playwrights untold opportunity.
Every production staged at Trustus gives us the chance to grow.
Today Columbia is experiencing a bit of a renaissance. I can’t help but think you two kickstarted that way back in 1985.
Thank you for your willingness to risk financial ruin. In doing so you enriched many, many lives for years to come.
The Thank You Project is a Wordsmith letter writing and blog project. I’m recognizing and thanking people who enrich my life and make my community an even better place to live. It was supposed to last a year, but good will shouldn’t have an expiration date.
2 Replies to “Trustus Theater”
Awesome! A good theatre makes any community better.
Thank you for taking the time to comment, my friend. Which reminds me. I need to mail something to you.