Photos sought for MCT commemorative display
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Rick Fullam is seeking on-stage photos from past Moab Community Theatre performances for a display at Star Hall to commemorate Moab’s local thespians. He conceived of the display as a tribute to the hundreds of people who have entertained the community for decades.

At 40 years old, Moab Community Theatre is the oldest organized community theatre group in Utah.

Fullam is specifically looking for quality, exciting photographs of performers emoting on stage, and rich, emotional pictures of behind-the-scenes drama. He plans to scan the photos and for use, so the original images will be returned to the owner.

Hoping that the excitement of MCT’s 40th anniversary will motivate people to dig out their old photo collections, Fullam has established a secure drop box at the Museum of Moab, 118 E. Center Street in Moab, to assure that all materials remain safe. He urges anyone who might have pictures of any shows performed in Star Hall to contact him.

Fullam can be reached at 259-5175.

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