The club expects to reschedule the fundraiser before Halloween.
By AMANDA RIOS
The Onstage Drama Club postponed its fundraiser selling costumes until mid- or late October.
The sale was scheduled for the Antojitos Festival Wednesday in the mall.
The club had planned to sell a variety of costumes from past productions of the theater program. The costumes would have included single items and full outfits.
Stephanie Gonzalez, historian and secretary, said, “We didn’t have enough time to sort through all the costumes with Mr. Watson, so we couldn’t get our fundraiser going on time.”
Theater instructor Ronald Watson, who oversees costumes for productions, did not have time to select costumes that are no longer needed.
Theater Coordinator Paula Rodriguez said, “It can be understandable that the students didn’t have enough time to get the different styles of costumes ready.”
With the various events the program is working on, including the production of “Our Town” opening Oct. 4 and planning a haunted house event Oct.19-20, there wasn’t enough time to look and sort through the costumes, Rodriguez said. Club members plan to have the sale before Halloween.
For more information, visit the club’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/onstage.dramaclub or email the club at email@example.com.