World Premiere
Written by Katherine Cortez | Directed by Elina de Santos
June 2 through June 24, 2017

An apocalyptic event in an LGBT nightclub changes everything; love becomes hate, hate becomes love.

A world premiere play by Katherine Cortez, inspired by a collision of events: growing up in an Orlando with no openly gay nightclubs; witnessing family friends hiding in shadows and losing lives to AIDS before it had a name; completing the AIDS LifeCycle ride; and The Pulse night club shooting on the eve of LA PRIDE.
The play reflects on how fundamentalist belief systems can give a perverse inspiration to the execution of hate in the name of "love." Exploring our duality as human beings – a paradoxical species capable of both violence and its opposite – the play challenges audiences to examine our darker parts in order to integrate the shadow and move towards the light, transforming hate into love.

Special performance and reception on the one-year marker of the tragedy, June 11th, the day of the PRIDE celebration and #ResistMarch.

Fringe Website: http://hff17.com/4749

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Los Angeles Premiere
Written by Sheila Callaghan | Directed by Larry Biederman
June 2 through June 24, 2017

We Are Not These Hands follows the chaotic journey of two fifteen year old girls, Moth and Belly. They reside in a dystopian society where filth is abundant, the addiction to consumerism and porn is incessant, and violence is normal. But, they have each other— a relationship bound by struggle, love, and a slew of inside jokes. Their dream is to get “cross the river” to the capitalist society where Belly’s family lives and where an ostensible future exists, but this proves more difficult with every effort. Then, they meet their key to the golden city—Leather, an outcast that has just moved from the capitalist society. As the girls pursue Leather, he takes a liking to them, and the journey veers in unconceivable directions.

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World Premiere
Written & performed by Ava Bogle | Directed by Rachel Avery
June 8 through June 24, 2017

In this hilarious, irreverent and sexy one-woman show, five aliens preparing to leave earth muse on the question: can the clitoris save humanity?

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Now closed:

​​Rogue Machine in Association with Pepperdine Scotland Presents 
Written by Glasgow-Based Irish Playwright Lynda Radley
June 6, 7, and 8 

Allegations. He said. She said. Truth.

Winner of the Scotsman Fringe First Award for excellence and innovation in new writing. Winner of the Broadway Baby Bobby Award for exceptional work on the Fringe Final shortlist for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award for outstanding work addressing human rights issues.

Through the use of a live-mixed soundscape and set against the backdrop of the worldwide university campus sexual assault epidemic, THE INTERFERENCE follows one survivor’s struggle to make her story heard above all the noise. It explores the seemingly infinite source of opinion, commentary, and distorted or suppressed information that have become routine players in the aftermath of these incidents. The play also takes a closer look at the unique circumstances involved when student athletes are part of the story.

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Written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield
June 1 through June 17

From La Mirada Theatre to the Fringe, the Bard is Back!

Three men (in tights) will somehow perform every play by William Shakespeare, in just 90 minutes! Laugh along at this irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard’s plays as they weave their wicked way through all of Shakespeare’s Comedies, Histories and Tragedies in one wild ride that will leave you breathless and helpless with laughter.
The cast of the recent La Mirada Theatre production is back!

Learn More at  phantomprojects.com/shakespeare
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Los Angeles Premiere
Written by Lorraine Hansberry | Directed by Gregg T. Daniel

May 27 through July 3
Saturdays at 8:00PM, Sundays at 3:00PM, and Mondays at 8:00PM
no performance 5/29, 6/19 or 6/24

A tale of exploding colonial tensions and lost fathers, Les Blancs reveals the impossible moral choices faced by individuals who must reconcile personal happiness with idealism.

Hansberry considered this her most important play.

What happens when what we want and what we think is right is not what must be done?
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Now Playing: 
Les Blancs
June 19:
Rant & Rave
June 2-25:
RMT at Fringe 
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June 24:
10th Anniversary 
Gone Rogue!