Rogue Machine Theatre
presents the World Premiere of

by Leslie Ayvazian

Directed by
Michael Arabian

Leslie Ayvazian, Robertson Dean, John Perrin Flynn, Janet Song and Rachel Sorsa  

Produced by
John Perrin Flynn and Elina de Santos

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Now Playing:
100 Aprils
Now Playing:
Mexican Day
June 25:
Rant & Rave
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Also playing at RMT:
Birdie & The Fresnels
4 Cubits Make a Man
Gone Rogue!

June 9th at 8:30pm

Saturdays and Mondays at 8:30pm, Sundays at 3:00pm

(no performance on Monday, June 25th)

 Scenic Design: John Iacovelli
Lighting Design: Brian Gale
Costume Design: Kate Bergh
Sound Design: Kevin Anthenill
Fight Choreography: Michael Arabian Assistant Director: Cecilia Fairchild

Production Manager: Amanda Bierbauer
Technical Director: David Mauer

Stage Manager: Ramón Valdez
Graphic Design: Michelle Hanzelova   
John Saypian is a modern-day Don Quixote. He and his family are second generation Armenians whose parents escaped the Genocide. John believes that a tormentor is pursuing him. Is the enemy a haunted memory from his childhood or is he real? 

100 Aprils mines the dark humor of oppression, creating a story that is both timely and universal in scope. 



“Profoundly complicated brew of humanity - hope and fear, love and hate, desperation and resignation. A melancholy thing to savor and contemplate.”
- Night Tinted Glasses

“A powerful, intimate look at the effects of violence on a people….how real people respond to life’s twists and turns. 100 APRILS raises many issues worthy of serious discussion. Portrayed with compassion and honesty...Flynn achieves a moving portrayal of a man living between two worlds...and getting ready to leave both of them.”
- L A Splash

“I love playwright Leslie Ayvazian’s use of language. Michael Arabian (Director) gets the style of the piece exactly right…she gets at something I haven’t seen explored before.”
- Stage and Cinema