Taylor Theatre Playbills




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The playbill for Taylor University’s Fall 1993 performance of Tales from Rogues’ Hollow by J. Gregory Sager.

Tales from Rogues’ Hollow is the story of travelers Leslie and Norman who get lost and visit an old tavern to ask directions. They discover the tavern full of the locals from Rogues’ Hollow eager to share their stories.

Rogues’ Hollow was a coal mining town in Ohio near where the playwright grew up. It was notorious for large the number of outlaws, and is associated with several ghost stories and bits of folklore today.

Artistic Director

Oliver Hubbard

Publication Date



Upland, IN


Ohio, ghost stories, folklore, original plays


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Tales from Rogues' Hollow

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