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2013 SEASON

Rogue Machine Theatre
presents
the World Premiere of

Directed by
Carl Cofield

Featuring
Kevin Daniels, Jason Delane, Matt Jones, Ty Jones, Jason E. Kelley, Burl Moseley, Giovanni Adams, and Jah Shams

Produced by
John Perrin Flynn and Roxanne Hart

ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI
by Kemp Powers

Running Time: One Night in Miami runs approximately 90 minutes with no intermission. 
Scenic Design: Stephanie Kerley Schwartz
Lighting Design: Leigh Allen
Sound Design: Christopher Moscatiello
Costume Design: Naila Aladdin Sanders
Prop Design: Katherine Hunt 
Assistant Costume Designer: Benita Elliott
Stage Manager: Daniel Coronel
Technical Director: Chris Hoffman
Production Manager: Amanda Mauer

 February 25, 1964 was supposed to be a great day for boxing fans. It was the day a loudmouth, 22-year-old fighter named Cassius Clay was finally supposed to have his bragging stopped by fearsome heavyweight champ Sonny Liston. That was not to be, and after the young Clay’s shocking victory, there was no celebration planned, since no one thought he would actually win. No one except his three friends, activist Malcolm X, singer Sam Cooke and football player Jim Brown. The foursome threw together a party in Malcolm’s tiny hotel room in Overtown, the city’s downtrodden black ghetto. The next morning, Cassius would make an announcement that would shock the world yet again. One Night in Miami… imagines what might have transpired on that very real, very fateful night in Malcolm’s motel room in 1964. The civil rights struggle was ready to boil over. And in less than a year, two of these friends would be dead. But on this night, the possibilities seemed endless.

PRESS REVIEWS

It’s simply brilliant and its subject matter is weighty… Rogue Machine seldom disappoints and this show is breathtakingly good.

- Arts Beat LA      

[read the entire review here]

Under the deft guidance of director Carl Cofield, who keeps the action moving swiftly, the actors embodying these icons bring to their stellar performances the nuances of great men grappling with big issues in deeply personal ways.
- Stage and Cinema       


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