Rogue Machine's World Premiere of John Pollono's Lost Girls Begins Performances Sept. 14

By Carey Purcell
14 Sep 2013

Joshua Bitton
Joshua Bitton

John Pollono's new play Lost Girls receives its world-premiere staging by California's award-winning Rogue Machine beginning Sept. 14.

Directed by John Perrin Flynn, the cast includes Joshua Bitton (Dirty, Filthy Love Story, "The Pacific") as Lou, Ann Bronston (Measure for Measure, "Going Beserk") and Peggy Dunne (Broken Glass, "The West Wing") sharing the role of Linda, Kirsten Kollender (The Merchant of Venice) as Penny, Jonathan Lipnicki ("Jerry Maguire", "When Zachary Beaver Came to Town") as Scooter, Jennifer Pollono (Dirty Filthy Love Story, New York Animals) as Maggie and Anna Theoni DiGiovanni as Erica.

"When their seventeen-year-old daughter goes missing during a winter blizzard, former high school lovers are forced to confront their tragic history," press notes state. "A hard-hitting working class drama about people struggling to redefine family."

The creative team includes David Mauer (set), Jeff McLaughlin (lighting design), Peter Bayne (composer, sound design), Caitlin Doolittle (costumes) and Corwin Evans (video).



The production plays Saturdays at 5 PM, Sundays at 7 PM and Mondays at 8 PM through Nov. 4.

Pollono's award-winning play Small Engine Repair will debut Off-Broadway at MCC Theater, directed by Jo Bonney and featuring James Badge Dale, James Ransone, Keegan Allen and Pollono himself.

Tickets and more information can be obtained by calling (855) 585-5185 or visiting roguemachinetheatre.com.