Roz is a nun and a newbie playwright in medieval Germany whose love of God is exceeded only by her passion for the theater. With the help of her fellow nuns, Roz presents her brazen feminist comedy for her most important critic, the Holy Roman Emperor. His rejection of her work catapults Roz on a time-warping journey through contemporary Hollywood and into the unknown. From “me too” to “times up” to the metaverse and beyond, Roz discovers that home is where the art is.
Duration: approx. 110 mins
A limited number of Pay-What-You-Can tickets are available for performances 5/21 – 6/18. Use Promo Code: ACCESS to activate.
All Promo Code discounts must be purchased in Advance; not available at the door.
ASL performance: Jun. 4
Age advisory: 14+
Skylight Theatre Company productions are intended for an adult audience; children under 6 years of age will not be admitted.
Health & Safety
Masks are no longer required – but are encouraged – for audiences in the Skylight theater and lobby areas. Sunday matinee performances of La Egoista, No Place Like Gandersheim, and Hungry Ghost have been designated as “Mask Required” to accommodate our immunocompromised patrons who are still at high risk and patrons who feel more comfortable attending with an audience that is fully masked.
For performances where masks are required, only the following masks may be worn: medical/surgical masks, N95, KN95, or KF4. Unacceptable masks include: cloth, neck gaiters, bandanas, and masks with vents. Medical/surgical masks will be provided to patrons if needed. A limited number of respirator masks may be available if you make a specific request to our front of house staff.
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ASL Interpreted Perf: Jun. 4 – Seats marked ASL are best for viewing interpreters.
– Subsidized Tickets for: Seniors, Under 30, Students (Restrictions Apply)
– Pay What You Want Performances: Limited availability to all shows May 21 – June 18.
– Groups of 8+: Contact Local Box Office
ADA Seating: Wheelchair and Disabled accessible seats are available exclusively to patrons with disabilities and their companions. Contact the Box Office for assistance.
*Ticketing Fees apply
Box Office: (213) 761-7061
1816 1/2 North Vermont Ave, Los Angeles 90027
Entrance is through the dining patio next to Skylight Books.