By Ron Collins
Directed by Matt Kenyon
Vogue is a new schlock-u-mentary based on the true rags-to-riches story of an eccentric inventor who created a record company in Detroit just after World War II. The Vogue Record Company rose quickly and fell just as fast. Vogue records were picture discs and were an early version of vinyl records. The play will include projected images of some of the discs, as well as the music.
Produced by Broom Street Theater at 1119 Williamson Street
Performances: August 3 - September 9, 2007
Performance Times: 8:00 pm Friday & Saturday, 2:00 p.m. Sunday
Ticket Prices: $8.00
Call 608-244-8338 for reservations or more information.