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MISS LILLY GETS BONED
|Theater in Venice Beach|
Date(s): 09/21/2019 to 10/27/2019
Day(s): Friday Saturday Sunday
Time(s): Fridays 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/19, 10/25 at 8pm Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm, Mondays at 8pm (Exceptions: the Saturday 9/28 performances will be a 2pm matinee; no performance on Sunday, 9/29)
Address: ROGUE MACHINE 1416 Electric Ave. Venice CA 90291
Cost: $40 (students $25)
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Sex, faith, and violence are all part of this intricate package of connections in Miss Lilly Gets Boned. Bekah Brunstetter imaginatively explores the tenuous and permeable boundaries that separate our civilized side from our more animalistic one, and the ways that faith can limit or uplift humanity. While a captive elephant grows ever more anxious in chains, a virginal Sunday school teacher takes a big chance, by opening her heart to the dangers of love.
Written by Bekah Brunstetter (The Cake, This Is Us, American Gods), directed by Robin Larsen, the award-winning cast includes Tasha Ames, Brady Amaya, Kavi Ladnier, Larisa Oleynik, Iman Nazemzadeh, Justice Quinn with Rachel Caselli and Amir Levi as Elephant Puppeteers. Produced by John Perrin Flynn and Andrew Carlberg.
Rogue Machine won the Ovation Award for BEST SEASON (2017) and the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for BEST SEASON (2016). In the last 8 years, Rogue Machine has won “BEST PRODUCTION OF THE YEAR” three times from these organizations. RMT has produced seventeen World Premieres, nine of which have been published by Samuel French, Dramatists Play Service or Broadway Play Publishing. Six of the productions have had subsequent productions at significant theatres, including Off Broadway, major Regional houses and The Donmar Warehouse in London. Two world premieres, Small Engine Repair and One Night in Miami…, are currently being made into feature films.
In recognition of its artistic achievement, administrative strength, development of new work and other significant contributions to the field of professional theatre in the United States, Rogue Machine is supported by the Shubert Foundation, The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, The David Lee Foundation, The City and County of Los Angeles and The Richenthal Foundation. RMT is a recipient of the American Theatre Wing’s 2014 National Theatre Company Grant. The company presents plays that are new to Los Angeles.
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