Rust Belt Theater broadcasts popular show for free, asking for a small donation
The show is called “Dating Sucks” and is based on the pitfalls of modern dating
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – In an effort to raise funds, The Rust Belt Theater Company has started to air one of its most popular shows.
The show is called “Dating Sucks” and is based on the pitfalls of modern dating. This is the eighth year that The Rust Belt has performed.
The theater simply asks any spectator to make a small donation to help the theater operate.
The man behind The Rust Belt, Robert Joki, says they’ve had a few fundraisers that have helped.
He was asked if all restrictions are lifted this summer, will The Rust Belt get there?
“I think so, yes. We are up to date on our rent, which I am very, very proud of because it has been a long and difficult year. But if it lasts much longer than the summer, then we will have problems, ”he said.
The Rust Belt is best known for his play “How the Drag Queen Stole Christmas”.
It bills itself as a theater that focuses almost exclusively on locally written material, doing around 10 shows a year.
“Dating Sucks” is now continuously broadcast on The Rust Belt Theater Company’s Facebook page, where you can also find information on how to donate.