One Month On, Curtain Call Still in Limbo

One month after a green SUV plowed through the front of Kenai’s Curtain Call Consignment, the store remains in limbo. Volunteer Mary Krull said they’re still waiting for the final police report, though clean-up and reconstruction has begun on the space.

 

Kenai Police Sargent Ben Langham explained blood samples were taken from the driver of the SUV at the time. Results from the lab typically take two to three months.

 

While they wait for a decision on the case and the final space for Curtain Call, Krull said they still have all the items and receipts for consignors, and she remains hopeful…

 

Krull: “I think it might be a new path, a new beginning, a new direction for Kenai Performers and Curtain Call. Whether we reopen here, reopen somewhere else, make the community aware that there is a need here for community theater, but it takes a lot of support from the community, financially and otherwise, and if you want to see the theater here, this was one of the ways you could help facilitate that.”

 

All proceeds from the store went to Kenai Performers. Krull said their ideal solution would be a building which has space for performances, as well as the consignment boutique.

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