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Costumes sold cheap at Columbia's Warehouse Theatre

Sunday, October 25, 2009 | 5:56 p.m. CDT; updated 6:47 p.m. CDT, Sunday, October 25, 2009
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Costumes from theatrical productions of several eras were sold in a rummage sale called "Blast from the Past" on Saturday. The sale was held at the Warehouse Theatre on the campus of Stephens College. The event was directed by theater department students to raise money for the theater and the Playhouse Costume Shop.

COLUMBIA — Costumes from theatrical productions of several eras were sold in a rummage sale called "Blast from the Past" on Saturday. The sale was held at the Warehouse Theatre on the campus of Stephens College. The event was directed by theater department students to raise money for the theater and the Playhouse Costume Shop.

The sale was packed with Columbia costume shoppers, helping the Stephens students surpass their fundraising goal of $500.

The remaining items will be donated to The Wardrobe, Salvation Army and Goodwill.


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