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New theater troupe is going Rogue

Rogue Theater presenting one-act comedy over next two weekends at various Peninsula locations

5:15 PM, Apr. 23, 2013
Cletis and Ray, played by Marcel Bruyere and Elliot Goettelman, from left in background, discuss matters as Roy (Stuart Champeau) broods in a scene from the Rogue Theater production of 'Lone Star.' The new Door County troupe performs the comedy four times over the next two weekends.
Cletis and Ray, played by Marcel Bruyere and Elliot Goettelman, from left in background, discuss matters as Roy (Stuart Champeau) broods in a scene from the Rogue Theater production of 'Lone Star.' The new Door County troupe performs the comedy four times over the next two weekends.
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One might not think Door County is in the market for a new theater company. Stuart Champeau isn't one of them, and he believes there's a niche waiting to be filled on the Peninsula.

Champeau is the founder and director of Rogue Theater, which debuted in February with dinner shows of the audience-participation murder mystery "Eclipsed." The company returns this weekend and next with four performances at three locations of the James McLure one-act comedy "Lone Star," including a dinner show Saturday at The Lodge at Leathem Smith in Sturgeon Bay. It also reprises "Eclipsed" for a luncheon ...

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