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22
Feb

Life is Hard in Gloomy Pocatello

By Patrick Hurley

Depression is the main course being served in Pocatello, the new play by Samuel D. Hunter, presented by Rogue Machine Theatre Company, and playing now at the Met Theatre. Read more »

8
Jun

Impermanence Permeates A Permanent Image

By Patrick Hurley
Rogue Machine Theatre kicks off their eighth season with the west coast premiere of Samuel D. Hunter’s A Permanent Image, playing now through July 20. Read more »

16
Sep

Less is Way More in Cock

By Patrick Hurley

Who says size matters? The Rogue Machine Theatre clearly believes that magical things can happen in the tiniest of spaces. And they prove it once again with Cock, the searing new drama by British playwright Mike Bartlett, which is making its Los Angeles premiere, and is playing now through November 3. Read more »

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