Based on a true story, Ten Dollar House introduces us to Bob Neal, a London interior decorator who returns to his failing Wisconsin hometown of Mineral Point in 1934 and hires a local man, Edgar Hellum, to help him restore a historic rock cottage. It is a humorous and touching look at a life two men spend together. Their restoration
anchors what has become a thriving artistic community in Mineral Point today.
Ten Dollar House was a semifinalist in Pride Films and Plays’ Great Gay Screenplay Competition.
Rick Kinnebrew and Martha Meyer live in Evanston, Illinois and write plays for children as part of their work at Evanston Public Library.
Tickets are $11 and are available at the door.
Reservations can be made at http://bstonline.org/reserve/