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Rogue Theater's train of thought

The local troupe is starting a performing arts center in the old train depot in Sturgeon Bay

2:40 PM, Oct. 9, 2013
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Since its founding by Stuart Champeau and Lola DeVillers this past January, Rogue Theater has found a number of venues around Door County in which to present its productions, such as village halls, restaurants and smaller performance halls.

Now, though, the local company has what's planned to be a permanent home, not just for itself but also for other troupes, bands and other performers.

Champeau and DeVillers announced in a press release late last week that Rogue Theater will open The Depot Performing Arts Center at the classic, old train depot in the 300 block of North Third Avenue in ...

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