Tag: Theatre Rhinoceros

Lesbian vacation getaway goes wild in ‘Palm Springs’

Things spin wildly, mostly amusingly, out of control, at a vacation getaway for two lesbian couples in “Oedipus at Palm…

2 months ago

Theatre Rhino costume crew dazzles in ‘Priscilla’

The program for Theatre Rhino’s “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert The Musical,” onstage at the Gateway Theatre in The City,…

4 months ago

‘Normal Heart’ a telling tale about 1981 fight against AIDS

Set more than 30 years ago during the early days of the AIDS crisis, “The Normal Heart” still has impact.…

10 months ago

Theatre Rhino’s ‘Flim-Flam’ a wild ride

Theatre Rhino actor-director-writer John Fisher calls his world premiere “Flim Flam” onstage at the Eureka a “comedy of thespians.” He…

2 years ago

‘The Call’ deftly takes on politics, race, friendship, adoption

Personal and political issues come to the fore in funny, fascinating and provocative ways in “The Call,” a thoroughly engaging…

3 years ago

Weighty themes diluted in ‘Shakespeare Goes to War’

“Art must always be dangerous,” a theater-loving German POW camp commander tells Harry, a young American prisoner, in Theatre Rhinoceros’…

3 years ago

Alan Turing comes to life in ‘Breaking the Code’

Telling the story of an unsung British mathematician, the Tony Award-nominated play “Breaking the Code” and the 2014 hit movie…

4 years ago

Theatre Rhino's 'Anarchist’ a gripping look at justice

David Mamet’s two-hander “The Anarchist,” which premiered on Broadway two years ago, begins in media res, and is initially confusing:…

4 years ago