About once a month this column is devoted to one of our many hard working volunteers, and this week it is about one of our most unseen and unappreciated volunteers.

About once a month this column is devoted to one of our many hard working volunteers, and this week it is about one of our most unseen and unappreciated volunteers.  
This volunteer is not thought of when one recognizes volunteers for the many duties performed at the theatre. If you were to ask who does this duty or that duty someone else’s name is always mentioned, however, when asked who helps out with all of the various task out at Stone’s Throw this person’s name is always at the top of the list. If there is a project like planting shrubs and flowers this person shows up each and every time. If our regular table setters are unable to take care of the job this person jumps in and makes sure the theatre is ready for patrons or guest to see it in its full glory.  
With the remodeling of the bathrooms, rebuilding the stage, transforming the dining room, or transforming a closet into a fully functioning wine bar this person was right in the middle of the action.  This person is out at the theatre volunteering more than anyone I know. In the nine years I have been associated with Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre I have seen this person serve on the Board of Directors, serving on the Executive Board as well as President of the Board.
This person has directed several plays and acted in more plays than I can remember, earning several Sally Awards for the efforts on and off stage.  
Most of you have probably figured out who I am raving about, and if you have guessed our illustrious theatre manager Tom Brown you are correct. If you were thinking of someone else sit back and think about it for a while. On top of all the many duties Mr. Brown performs in his position as Theatre Manager he performs just as many or more above and beyond his duties as a volunteer. Besides Betty Bell, I cannot think of a person who has given more of their time to Stone’s Throw than Tom Brown.  Kudos to you my friend and fellow volunteer!!!  
Stone’s Throw’s Summer Acting Camp starts July 23rd – Aug 3rd with a play to be performed by campers on Aug 4. Yes, ‘Tom Brown’ will be running the camp this summer with help from many other volunteers.
This column was only made possible because Tom is on vacation visiting his children and grandchildren, and could not write this column, which is not in his managerial duties, but done as a volunteer for his love of Stone’s Throw.  I know many of you look forward to reading his column so please check out Curtain Call next week when Tom will be back with pen in hand.
Thanks for reading.