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Show goes on for Rogue Theater

Attending the drive-in services at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Sturgeon Bay left members of Rogue Theater inspired in more ways than one. Beginning July 4th, the Sturgeon Bay performing arts group will put on shows in the church’s parking lot, allowing audiences to drive-in, have a few snacks in their car, and enjoy a skit or two. Rogue Theater’s Lola DeVillers says performances like “Great Americans” and “The Golden Age of Comedy” will let their own actors get back on a stage for the first time since COVID-19 canceled live performances, but also possibly those who had their careers cut short by it.

The drive-in performances will be every Saturday and Sunday beginning July 4th through the end of August. DeVillers says proceeds from the performances will benefit local food pantries and other causes affected by COVID-19.


Picture from previous performance of "Susan and Elizabeth," which Rogue Theater will feature as a part of its Drive-In series.

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