Elizabeth’s Village held its Fifth Annual Dinner Theater Saturday evening at Cardome, and for the third consecutive year, it was sold out.
But this year, the event was moved to Cardome to accommodate the growing attendance as 200 supporters were at the event and continued a trend of selling out earlier in the week of the event. And to top it off, the crowd opened their pocketbooks and wallets to surpass the group’s $30,000 goal which will fund the Transitional Home and Outreach Program for the year.
“Thank you doesn’t feel like enough,” said Kandice Whitehouse, executive director of Elizabeth’s Village. “To know the community has our back and to raise this amount of money is a big weight off our shoulders.”
The night featured dinner, and a play by the Georgetown College Maskrafters and The Department of Theatre and Film. Above, Harley Dublow and Harry Smith were featured in The Lady and ‘The Tyger” or William Blake’s ‘How I Met Your Mother’ by Trace Crawford.
Afterwards, attendees could bid on supporting Elizabeth’s Village for a month, week or day. A month of support cost $1,600.