Rogue Theater’s second weekend of drive-in theater will be a night of one-act plays July 11 and 12, 6 pm. Starting the evening will be Post-Its by Paul Dooley and Winnie Holzman. The hilarious, heartbreaking and inherently human tale – performed by Clara Wendland and Marcel Bruyere – shares the journey of a couple’s life together as read from Post-It notes.
Next up will be Dinner for One by Lauri Wylie – a British cabaret sketch from the 1920s that has become a German New Year’s tradition. This hilarious play reveals the story of James and Miss Sophie’s anniversary celebrations and will be performed by Dan Sallinen and Jamie Buesing.
Closing the show, Wendland and Bruyere will return with an excerpt from William Shakespeare’s The Empire Striketh Back by Ian Doescher. In this piece, Leia and Han have a serious, yet funny scene.
Rogue Theater’s summer drive-in theater will run weekends during July and August in the parking lot of Sturgeon Bay’s Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, where patrons can enjoy the show from their vehicles.
Tickets are $10 per adult, $5 per student or $30 per car. All shows are weather permitting. A portion of all summer proceeds will go to local food pantries. Learn more by calling 920.818.0816 or emailing [email protected]