Love and historic preservation collide when two men buy a crumbling house in Mineral Point, 3/20-4/11, Broom Street Theater, at 8 pm Thursdays-Saturdays. $11. 608-244-8338
Broom Street Theater Presents
10 Dollar House
Written by Rick Kinnebrew & Martha Meyer and Directed by John Siewert
DATES: March 20th - April 11th
WHEN: Thursday, Friday & Saturday @ 8:00PM
WHERE: 1119 Williamson Street
Ten Dollar House, a new play about love and historic preservation, premieres at Broom Street Theater, 3/20 - 4/11.
In the worst days of the Depression, Bob and Edgar paid ten dollars for a crumbling stone house in Mineral Point. They not only restored the building--they created a new identity for their failing hometown. Based on a true story, Ten Dollar House is a new play about Wisconsin's own gay history and a humorous and touching look at a life two men spend together.
Ten Dollar House was developed in partnership with Pride Films and Plays in Chicago and with Will Fellows, author of A Passion to Preserve.
Written by Rick Kinnebrew & Martha Meyer
Directed by John Siewert
Cast: Christopher Holland, Andrew Lonsdale, Bob Moore, Wendy Prosise, Donnovan Moen, Vanessa Vesperman
10 Dollar House will run at Broom Street Theater at 8pm March 20 until April 11. More details will be available on the theater's website bstonline.org. Tickets are $11.00. For more information or to make reservations contact Broom Street Theater at (608) 244-8338 or reserve at bstonline.org/reserve