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The road stops for new Rogue Theater building

After years of bouncing between venues, Rogue Theater is hoping to have a place to call their own by Memorial Day.


In recent years, Rogue Theater called an old train depot and the former Jaycee Clubhouse home, only to see those buildings sold and their operations forced out. COVID-19 did not even allow Rogue Theater to perform indoors for much of 2020,  opting to perform outdoors in a church parking lot. The performing arts troupe’s future home, the DC Arts Center, will be located off of 14th Avenue in Sturgeon Bay when it is completed in spring 2021. Rogue Theater founder Stuart Champeau hopes the entire Sturgeon Bay arts community will find a use with the building.

Rogue Theater is looking to raise approximately $150,000 to help outfit the building with lights, a sound system, and other features so it can begin performing in the space for audiences in 2021.

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