As Minneapolis recovers from nights of unrest following the death of George Floyd, damaged local businesses are finding help from a community with a unique skillset -- theater production. Members of the Minneapolis theater community are leveraging their love of set design, carpentry and their city to help local businesses secure their properties by patching up broken windows and doors. Many of those volunteering their time are furloughed theater workers whose summer productions were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. University Rebuild is a diverse grassroots group of Minneapolis theater members working to "clean up, repair and protect communities in the Twin Cities." They have helped more than 200 businesses.