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Depot PAC opens 'A Bad Year for Tomatoes'

3:34 PM, Feb. 25, 2014
Nosy small-town neighbors, played by Chris Milton and Donna Johnson, from left, meet actress Myra Marlowe (Lola DeVillers) in a scene from the Rogue Theater production of 'A Bad Year for Tomatoes,' running for two weeks at The Depot Performing Arts Center in Sturgeon Bay.
Nosy small-town neighbors, played by Chris Milton and Donna Johnson, from left, meet actress Myra Marlowe (Lola DeVillers) in a scene from the Rogue Theater production of 'A Bad Year for Tomatoes,' running for two weeks at The Depot Performing Arts Center in Sturgeon Bay.
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Rogue Theater opens its production of "A Bad Year for Tomatoes" for a two-weekend run at The Depot Performing Arts Center in Sturgeon Bay.

Written in 1974 by Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning playwright John Patrick ("The Teahouse of the August Moon," "The Curious Savage"), this comedy has famous TV actress Myra Marlowe (played by Lola DeVillers) leave her acting career in Hollywood and lease a tiny New England cottage for a year to write her autobiography and escape the craziness of show biz - but finds that dealing with her nosy, omnipresent neighbors is a different matter.

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