Crossroads Theatre Guild’s first play in new home a crowd favoriteREED CITY — Dramatic arts has found a home in Reed City. Over the past two weeks, the Crossroads Theatre Guild has hosted six performances of the romantic comedy “You Can’t Take it With You.” The play, which was the first presentation by the guild when it was founded some 20 years ago, was the first performance in the newly-renovated Crossroads Performing Arts Center, located at 249 W. Upton Ave. With an average of 99 people at each of its performances, including many sold-out shows, the innaugural performance was deemed a grand success, involving a variety of local talent. In the future, the guild plans to invite other groups to utilize the center for recitals, concerts, dances and presentations, including a Christmas caroling event around the holidays. The guild still is raising money to build risers, install handicap accessible restrooms on the main floor and a lift elevator as well as construct dressing rooms, create storage areas and obtain lighting and sound equipment. The Crossroads Theatre Guild is a 501(c)(3) organization. Those interested in joining the guild or donating to the performing arts center can contact guild president Deb Lockwood at (231) 734-9859 or director Timothy Locker at (231) 832-3145.