Theatre Rhinoceros — San Francisco’s Live Professional Queer Theater
Theatre Rhinoceros’ New Year Eve Spectacular!
Written and Directed by Morris Bobrow
Special Guest Khris Francis!
New Year’s Eve, December 31st @ 8 pm
Running time 90 minutes
Our New Year’s Eve Spectacular returns! The hit show about the pleasures (and pains!) of tech.
Say You Love Satan
by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Directed by Joe Tally
Monday January 21, 7pm
Strut, 470 Castro Street Map It
Late one rainy night in Baltimore, Andrew—an affable graduate student researching the works of Dostoevsky—meets a handsome stranger named Jack. The two immediately hit it off and start dating, despite the fact that Andrew already has a super-duper boyfriend and that Jack has the Mark of the Beast—you know, 666—burned into his forehead. Andrew finds himself breaking things off with his super-duper boyfriend, distancing himself from his friends, and doing things that–well, they’re just not right. But then he realizes Jack wants more than a boyfriend. It’s too horrible…and he must escape.
By Ira Levin
March 22 – April 13
SF Playwright Sidney Bruhl needs a hit, desperately. Is he willing to kill to get it? Will his wife help him? How far will their nerve take them? And what will handsome Cliff’s reaction be when he finds out?
“If you care to assassinate yourself with laughter, try DEATHTRAP.” Time Magazine Tickets go on sale in 2019
Deathtrap replaces Action Hero in this slot for the season. Action Hero will be presented later in the year.
Priscilla at Pride 2018
YouTube lets you get close to that moment by clicking on this link!
Rudy Guerrero won the Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award for Best Principal Actor in a Musical (houses with 100-300 seats)!!
The award was for his performance in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert in 2017.
Click on Rudy’s picture to see him receive the award!
Congratulations to John Fisher!
John was named Best Actor at the United Solo Festival in New York for his October 25, 2017 performance of A History of World War II, The D-DAY invasion to the Fall of Berlin. And, thanks to Leah Garchik for her mention of the award in her December 11, 2017 column.