2017 SEASON


Rogue Machine Theatre
presents the American Premiere of

DAYTONA
by Oliver Cotton

Directed by
Elina de Santos

Featuring
Richard Fancy, Sharron Shayne, George Wyner

Produced by
John Perrin Flynn

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Sundays - 3:00 PM
Mondays - 8:30 PM

OPENS SATURDAY, 
SEPTEMBER 9, 2017

No performance 
on Monday September 25 

"See the ripples? You’re underneath. Your body’s under those ripples."

Brooklyn 1986. Joe & Elli have entered a major ballroom dancing competition. They have practiced hard and hope to win – but their plans are jeopardized when the unexpected arrival of a figure from their past confronts them with a profound moral dilemma.


Haunting, funny and poignant, DAYTONA is a play with two love stories at its heart.

 Scenic Design: Hillary Bauman 
Costume Design: Kate Bergh
Lighting Design: Leigh Allen
Sound Design:
Chris Moscatiello

Choreographer: Janelle Cruz
Dance Consultant:
Janet Roston

 Assistant Director: Julian Corbett
Stage Manager: Jennifer Palumbo
Technical Director: David Mauer
Production Manager: Amanda Bierbauer
Graphic Design: Michelle Hanzelova

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Running time: approximately two hours with one intermission

Reviews of Daytona


“Unforgettable...fascinating play. Extraordinary performers at the peak of their craft.”


- LA Times
"A superbly written, acted and directed drama that may have you on the emotional edge of your seat...Daytona provoked total strangers to hold serious debates in their theater seats during the intermission..."

- Hollywood Progressive

“A touching drama that manages to get under your skin….characters are hard forget...” 

- Hollywood Revealed

“TOP TEN. Recommended. Dialogue is rich and organic...the acting is beyond powerful...”

- Stage Raw

“Powerful…engrossing. The actors deserve high praise for their diligent and expert work...” 

- Total Theater