In a city that is famous for block parties, there are few that compare with Los Angeles plays being given fresh productions at the Kirk Douglas Theater. With two more plays to fill the brief this Spring, “Rotterdam” will play through April 7, 2019.
“Rotterdam” begins in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, on New Year’s Eve when Alice finds the courage to come out to her parents. Alice’s decision inspires her girlfriend Fiona to make an announcement of her own. Before Alice hits send on her email, Fiona reveals that she has always identified as a man and now wants to live as one, sending their relationship into a tailspin.
Skylight Theatre Company’s production of “Rotterdam,” which Center Theatre Group is remounting at the Kirk Douglas Theatre as part of the third annual Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theatre. Written by Jon Brittain and directed by Michael A. Shepperd, the cast includes Ryan Brophy, Audrey Cain, Ashley Romans and Miranda Wynne.
The design team includes scenic and lighting design by Jeff McLaughlin, costume design by Naila Aladdin Sanders and sound design by Christopher Moscatiello. The production stage manager is Garrett Crouch.
For tickets, to to www.centertheatregroup.org.