Theatre Rhinoceros

In Theatre Rhino’s “Oedipus at Palm Springs,” from left, Eliza Gibson, AJ Davenport, Desiree Rogers, Jensen Power and Elaine Jennings portray women whose lives take unexpected turns. (Courtesy David Wilson)

Lesbian vacation getaway goes wild in ‘Palm Springs’

Things spin wildly, mostly amusingly, out of control, at a vacation getaway…

 

From left, David Tuttle, Rudy Guerrero, Charles Peoples III, Kim Larsen and Morgan Lange appear in Theatre Rhino’s “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.” (Courtesy David Wilson)

Theatre Rhino costume crew dazzles in ‘Priscilla’

The program for Theatre Rhino’s “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert The Musical,”…

 

John Fisher, left, and Jeremy Cole appear in Theatre Rhino’s “The Normal Heart.” (Courtesy David Wilson)

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

Set more than 30 years ago during the early days of the…

 

From left, John Fisher, Kevin Copps and Daniel Chung appear in “Flim Flam.” (Courtesy David Wilson)

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

Theatre Rhino actor-director-writer John Fisher calls his world premiere “Flim Flam” onstage…

From left, John Fisher, Kevin Copps and Daniel Chung appear in “Flim Flam.” (Courtesy David Wilson)
From left, Alexaendrai Bond, Nkechi Emeruwa, Melissa Keith, Darryl V. Jones and Hawlan Ng are excellent in Theater Rhinoceros’ production of “The Call.” (Courtesy David Wilson)

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

Personal and political issues come to the fore in funny, fascinating and…

From left, Alexaendrai Bond, Nkechi Emeruwa, Melissa Keith, Darryl V. Jones and Hawlan Ng are excellent in Theater Rhinoceros’ production of “The Call.” (Courtesy David Wilson)
John Fisher wrote, directed and plays multiple roles in Theatre Rhinoceros’ “Shakespeare Goes to War.” (Courtesy David Wilson)

Weighty themes diluted in ‘Shakespeare Goes to War’

“Art must always be dangerous,” a theater-loving German POW camp commander tells…

John Fisher wrote, directed and plays multiple roles in Theatre Rhinoceros’ “Shakespeare Goes to War.” (Courtesy David Wilson)
COURTESY DAVID WILSONJohn Fisher

Alan Turing comes to life in ‘Breaking the Code’

Telling the story of an unsung British mathematician, the Tony Award-nominated play…

COURTESY DAVID WILSONJohn Fisher
COURTESY DAVID WILSONFrom left

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

David Mamet’s two-hander “The Anarchist,” which premiered on Broadway two years ago,…

COURTESY DAVID WILSONFrom left
COURTESY DAVID WILSONFrom left

Evocative stories make up ‘Walk Like a Man’

“Walk Like a Man” is a sexy, sassy, sensitive play about the…

COURTESY DAVID WILSONFrom left
COURTESY KENT TAYLORFrom left

‘Habit of Art’ reveals power of plays

“The Habit of Art,” by acclaimed British writer Alan Bennett (of “The…

COURTESY KENT TAYLORFrom left
Bill Fahrner

Sondheim’s ‘Road Show’ lands in S.F. with a thud

Stephen Sondheim’s problematic here again-gone again musical “Road Show” has finally made…

Bill Fahrner
Andrew Boyer

Theatre Rhino has uneven Churchill bill

In her 2006 eight-scene one act, "Drunk Enough To Say I Love…

Andrew Boyer
Courtesy PhotoVelina Brown

A touching, heartfelt 'Lady and a Woman'

The “lady” of the title in Georgia State University professor and playwright…

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Courtesy PhotoRoommates: Robert Kittler

‘Slugs and Kicks’ falls flat despite its charms

There’s an undeniable charm to Theatre Rhinoceros artistic director John Fisher’s latest…

Courtesy PhotoRoommates: Robert Kittler
Courtesy photoMother and son: Tamar Cohn

‘100 Saints’ sensitively mines human condition

The characters in Kate Fodor’s 2007 play “100 Saints You Should Know”…

Courtesy photoMother and son: Tamar Cohn
Courtesy photoTroubled siblings: Ryan Tasker and Alexandra Creighton appear in Theatre Rhinoceros’ production of Tennessee Williams’ “The Two-Character Play.”

Only two characters, but still convoluted

Watching Tennessee Williams’ poetically nonrealistic “The Two-Character Play,” which he wrote and…

Courtesy photoTroubled siblings: Ryan Tasker and Alexandra Creighton appear in Theatre Rhinoceros’ production of Tennessee Williams’ “The Two-Character Play.”
Courtesy photoTerrific trio: From left

A funny history of a pioneering gay performer

“Sex Rev: The José Sarria Experience” isn’t just a wildly fun and…

Courtesy photoTerrific trio: From left