This week, TCU joined community leaders in Plymouth to participate in a beam signing at the historic Rees Theatre that is being renovated to bring back artistic, educational and cultural events for the entire community.
TCU demonstrated its support of the project by providing a $20,000 contribution for the theatre’s restoration. TCU’s Josh Neff, Beth Gudeman, Beth Styers, Randy Lemert and Eric Ferguson joined together to present the contribution to Rees Project Co-Chairs Donna Pontius and Randy Danielson.
“Randy, Donna and the rest of the Rees committee have done a tremendous job creating a vision to bring this landmark back to our community,” said Josh Neff, TCU Vice President of Commercial Lending. “TCU is excited to be a part of the project, not just financially, but as a community partner.”
The Rees Theatre first opened its doors in 1940 and provided family entertainment and memories for several decades. The theatre closed its doors in 2009 and left a void in the heart of downtown Plymouth. The doors of the Rees Theatre are expected to open once again in the fall of 2022 following a full renovation and reimagination of the historic venue.