Rogue Theater Presents “The Haunting of Chip Lake Lodge”

Prom? Mystery? Don’t be spooked away. Come support the arts in our community in the Rogue Theater production of The Haunting of Chip Lake Lodge, by J. Robert Wilkins. Performances are scheduled for April 28 at 7 pm and April 30 at 2 pm.

It all begins when four high school seniors, Stephanie, Justin, Jennifer, and Amy, arrive at a country lodge for their prom, but things go askew from the start. They show up at the wrong lodge, their car won’t start, the phone goes dead, and disco music plays inexplicably. The lodge is haunted! The teens are unwillingly drawn into a slightly deranged plot to free the spirit from the curse of Chip Lake. If only Justin can overcome his fear of giant rats, they may be able to save the day.

The cast includes Moriah Grahl as Stephanie, Kekoa Bicoy as Justin, Maddie Schopf as Jennifer, and Izzy Vreeke as Amy. They are joined by John Henry Amelinckx as the owner of the lodge and Mizu McCarthy as his ghostly sister.

The Haunting of Chip Lake Lodge, directed by Lola DeVillers, is full of suspense, humor and fun for the whole family. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for students. Rogue Theater is donating a portion of all ticket sales to benefit the Sturgeon Bay High School band department. Performances will be held at Rogue Theater, 340 Jaycee Ct., Sturgeon Bay. For more information, call 920.818.0816 or find Rogue Theater on Facebook.


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