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…

4 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,…

6 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.…

1 year 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