Letter to the Editor: Rogue Theater Appreciates Continued Community Support

It is so exciting to be celebrating our seventh anniversary and planning our eighth season! Rogue Theater began in January 2013, and since then, the company has taken theater productions to many locations in Door County and beyond. This past summer, the stage was set in the Baileys Harbor Town Hall.

Since its inception, Rogue Theater has turned out more than 70 productions, with more than 350 shows and more than 250 actors and musicians. This year we brought the hilarious production The Odd Couple – Female Version by Neil Simon to the Rogue stage in Baileys Harbor.

Rogue Theater is extremely proud of its accomplishments and would like to continue to provide the community with quality theater productions while giving back and supporting a variety of community agencies through our work. In 2019, Rogue Theater donated $2,000 to area charities and foundations. 

As we set our sights on 2020, we’re seeing a very bright future. Rogue Theater is thrilled to establish a permanent home in Sturgeon Bay and create a space where all forms of entertainment and art can come together, including theater, music, dance and the visual arts. Rogue Theater is committed to creating an art center that can be used by the community for many events. 

Unfortunately, we cannot do this alone. We need your support. Your contribution is an investment in the future of Door County’s art culture and the future of our community. Donations are tax deductible because we are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations can be submitted directly to our endowment fund at the Door County Community Foundation, 222 N. 3rd Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, 920.746.1786.

We wish you and your family a very happy holiday season.

Lola DeVillers and Stuart Champeau, 

Co-Artistic Directors, Rogue Theater

Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin