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Nate Kruse, right, sings in his role as Jesus while chorus members react during rehearsal for “Jesus Christ Superstar” on Friday night at the Wolffe Cultural Center 2623 W. Second St. The rock opera, which opens March 14, includes a cast of 21. It is the first production by Superior Community Theater in its new space at the center. (Maria Lockwood)

Theater troupe lands a home

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After years of wandering, Superior Community Theater has found a new home in Duluth.

The move gives the troupe some roots. It also unites two nonprofit organizations focused on community, arts and youth in one building, the Wolffe Cultural Center in Lincoln Park.

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“It’s a place to build dreams,” said Wes Kruse, who founded the theater troupe with his wife Mondie in 2011.

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