Shelby County Players Ready for Next Act ABOVE: Rose McNeely implores the community to “finish out this campaign” at Friday’s Shelby County Players reception. ‘Offstage’ is about to take center stage. Shelby County Players officials on Friday announced their “Offstage” practice facility, 1416 Miller Ave., which once housed a bowling alley, will be transformed into a civic theatre. And over $1.5 million of the $2.5 million needed to renovate the space, create an endowment, and add paid staff and educational programming has already been raised.
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