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"Monkey Adored"
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4.3 average rating
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168 events
118 reviews
498 stars
attended Oct 08 2011

Accomplished the rare fete of melding sex, comedy, and politics. Successfully.

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attended Oct 22 2011

I enjoyed the freshness and spontaneity of the production. I had no clue where it was going but really enjoyed the ride. I was constantly fascinated by the premise and the originality of the characters. I recommend this for anyone who is...continued

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58 reviews
121 stars
attended Nov 18 2011

This is another terrific event from this troop. They never cease to amaze. So good that I went back 2 days later to see it again, paying full price!

Sound design, set design, concept, and most importantly the first-rate acting make this...continued

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A World Premiere

Written by Henry Murray

Directed by John Perrin Flynn

Featuring Ron Bottitta, Patrick Flanagan, Amanda Mauer, David Mauer, Justin Okin, Jennifer Taub and Edward Tournier

Multi-award winning Rogue Machine launches its sixth world premiere production in Los Angeles. Monkey Adored, by the writer who captivated critics with his “visually and emotionally gripping” Treefall.

“This is a script that has been in my life for a long time. Slowly evolving through various readings at The Kennedy Center, Theatricum Botanicum, and a week-long workshop with The Inkwell Theatre in Washington, DC,” reflects playwright Henry Murray. “I am very confident that Rogue Machine is the place to complete its development, with John Perrin Flynn at the helm.”

The dog is in love with the monkey, who may be having an affair with the cat who’s smitten with the rat…and let’s not even talk about what the humans are up to. This allegorical and uniquely staged performance utilizes actors, puppetry, and projection in a collision of the comedic and the tragic. It is a tender love story that reeks of a ribald sex farce, set in a brutally violent world where compassion and understanding might still have a chance.