Student Play: Rhinoceros

Rhinoceros

By Eugene Ionesco

Translation by Martin Crimp

Directing Capstone Project

April 7-9

Friday 7:30 pm

Saturday 2 pm and 7:30 pm

Sunday 2 pm

All is quiet in small town in France. Friends meet in the town square for coffee and lively discussion. It is normal. This is all disrupted by a rhinoceros barreling through the town. Many believe it never happened, but the local drunk Berenger insists it was real. Slowly, he witnesses his fellow townspeople turning into rhinos and wreaking havoc. Rhinoceros is full of insight on the human condition with little pieces of humor mixed in, a must-see classic of the Absurdist movement.

"Rhinoceros is filled with animal grunts and snorts and panicky human frailty, showing us how it feels to have one's identity subsumed and traduced." -The Guardian

 

This is one of two student capstone projects: Melania Ricks (Next Fall) and Max Friedman (Rhinoceros), students in the Conservatory of Theatre Arts, will present two senior directing capstone projects this spring. Both productions are student-run. This project is also a semester assignment for Conservatory acting, costume design, scenic design, lighting design, sound design and stage management students.

Friday, April 7 at 7:30pm

More dates through April 9, 2017

Webster University, Stage III - Webster Hall
470 East Lockwood, 63119

Event Type

Student Events, Art & Performances, Conservatory

Departments

Departments, Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts

Tags

play, acting, theater, comedy, theatre, Conservatory, absurdist

Cost

Webster Students, Faculty, and Staff Free with a valid ID $15 for Adults $7 for Seniors, Alumni, and Non-Webster Students $2 for children 12 and under

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