2017 SEASON

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Rogue Machine Theatre
presents the World Premiere of

BLED FOR THE
HOUSEHOLD TRUTH
by Ruth Fowler

Directed by
Cameron Watson

Featuring
Rachel Brunner, Benjamin Burdick, Alexandra Hellquist and Nathaniel Meek

Produced by
John Perrin Flynn

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Oppenheimer
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Opened Saturday,
November 18 

NOW PLAYING
JANUARY 13th through 
JANUARY 28th!

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

No performance Monday 12/4
 Scenic Design: John Iacovelli
Costume Design: Kate Bergh
Lighting Design: Jared A. Sayeg
Sound Design:
Chris Moscatiello

Dialect Coach: Tracy Winters
 Assistant Director: Ryan McRee
Technical Director: David Mauer
Production Manager: Amanda Bierbauer

Keith doesn't need a roommate, but wants one. He wants a female roommate. Pen needs a place to live — and a lot more. 

bled for the household truth is a play about intimacy and yearning, and what happens when the world we live in, and the experiences we have, make simple human interactions the most intolerable and painful acts we could ever imagine.

Reviews

“GO! The production succeeds enormously… directed with a deft discerning hand.”
                                                                                                                            LA Weekly

“Cameron Watson directs with his characteristic attention to emotional truth...lavishly and lovingly designed. Timely exposé of what passes for human intimacy in the Digital Age...news stories make the play feel topical.”
                                                                                                                            LA Times

"Fowler’s play feels ripped right from the headlines, confronting the current issues of men playing on the power dynamic against women, who are left with few choices aside from debasing themselves to get ahead."
                                                                                                              - Stage and Cinema

"A team of L.A.’s finest demonstrate the heights professional 99-seat production design can scale when you’ve got John Iacovelli’s sleek, upscale apartment set and Kate Bergh’s character-revealing costumes stunningly lit by Jared A. Sayeg, with sound designer Christopher Moscatiello’s edgy music choices adding to the excitement throughout."
                                                                                                              - Stage Scene LA