Rogue Machine Theatre
presents the World Premiere of

by Tom Jacobson

Directed by
Jeff Liu

Darrell Larson, Jully Lee. Jonathan Medina and Donathan Walters

Produced by
John Perrin Flynn and Hollace Starr

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Rant & Rave
June 9:
100 Aprils
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May 26:
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Opens on Saturday,
June 2nd at 4PM

Fridays at 8PM, Saturdays at 4PM and Sundays at 8PM

 Scenic Design: John Iacovelli
Lighting Design: Brian Gale
Costume Design: Dianne Graebner 
Original Music & Sound Design: Peter Bayne
Associate Producer:
Betsy Zajko
Production Manager: Amanda Bierbauer
Technical Director: 
David Mauer

Stage Manager: Ramón Valdez
Graphic Design: Michelle Hanzelova   

Los Angeles, 1948. The soldiers are home, Japanese-Americans are freed from internment, but the city remains stuck in its divided past. Enter famed civil rights activist Bayard Rustin, who enlists Los Angeles Tribune reporter Hisaye Yamamoto in a campaign to break the color line at the celebrated Bimini Baths. (Admission of non-whites is permitted only on "Mexican Day,” i.e., the day before the pools are to be emptied and cleaned.)

Blocking their entry is Zenobio Remedios, a war veteran who must weigh his conscience against job security. Rustin, believing he needs a white ally to break the standoff, tries to seduce disgraced art historian-turned-screenwriter Everett Maxwell to the cause. But Maxwell has his own history with Bimini Baths — and Zenobio — that will test the boundaries of change and forgiveness.




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