A Little Theater with a Big Heart

Rogue Theater’s production of The Savannah Sipping Society is a must-see for any theater enthusiasts living in Northern Door. Not only does it portray the friendship of four women, but it defines the survival of a hardworking theater troupe that doesn’t give up and goes further than anyone expected. 

Stuart Champeau and Lola DeVillers are fighters who guide their actors through rough times and manage to land on their feet, despite not having what more well-funded “professional theaters” have. 

Some of the best baseball is played by the farm teams because the vision and effort come from the deepest part of the heart, and Rogue Theater proves over and over that it always deserves a better playing field and more participation from those who have the privilege of reaching into their purse.   

Chris Weidenbacher

Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin