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Join Theatre Rhinoceros for its 39th Anniversary Season

GLAAD Media Award Winner

A whole new season of LGBT plays all performed at our new home The Eureka Theatre in beautiful Downtown San Francisco!

Join us for a wild ride in 2016-17!

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Upcoming Productions

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
The Musical
By Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott
The glorious musical adventure about trannies, drag shows, Down Under, and what we will do for love.
May 27 – July 1, 2017
Eureka Theatre

Special Event

Lear!
An Outdoor Shakespeare Adventure
In the spirit of Titus! And Timon!, The Rhino takes to the park once again for another walkabout production. A Co-Production of the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival. 

July 7-9, 2017
Yerba Buena Gardens

The Brothers Size

The Brothers Size

by Tarell Alvin McCraney
directed by Darryl V. Jones
September 24 – October 15, 2016

Eureka Theatre, 215 Jackson San Francisco Map It

Two brothers, the Louisiana bayou, and West African mythology swirl together in this treasured theatrical event that will leave you breathless. A hot-blooded, music-filled drama from one of the country’s most exciting queer African-American voices.

In the Louisiana bayou, big brother Ogun Size is hardworking and steady. Younger brother Oshoosi is just out of prison and finding himself. The wily Elegba, Oshoosi’s old prison-mate, is a mysterious and seductive complication. A simple circle defines a world that begins in ritual and evolves into a tough and tender drama of what it means to be a brother by birth and to be a brother out of desire.

Flights of poetry, music, dance and West African mythology combine in a contemporary tale that explores the tenuousness of freedom and the need to belong somewhere, to something, to someone.

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Production Photos

Pictured left to right: LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun, Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, and Julian Green as Elegba in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones ; A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun, Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, and Julian Green as Elegba in Tarrel Alvin McCraney's THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun, Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, and Julian Green as Elegba in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones .
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Julian Green as Elegba, Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, and LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun in Tarrel Alvin McCraney's THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Julian Green as Elegba, Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, and LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho
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Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun in Tarrel Alvin McCraney's THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun, Julian Green as Elegba, and Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi in Tarrel Alvin McCraney's THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun, Julian Green as Elegba, and Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun and Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi in Tarrel Alvin McCraney's THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Publicity Photos

Pictured left to right: Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun, Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, and Julian Green as Elegba in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Julian Green as Elegba, Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun, and Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Julian Green as Elegba, Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun, and Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and LaKeidrick Wimberly as Ogun in Tarrel Alvin McCraney’s THE BROTHERS SIZE, directed by Darryl V. Jones
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Julian Green as Elegba, Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun, and Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun, and Julian Green as Elegba in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, Julian Green as Elegba, and Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, Julian Green as Elegba, and Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun, and Julian Green as Elegba in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi, Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun, and Julian Green as Elegba in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho

Pictured left to right: Gabriel Christian as Oshoosi and Lakeidrick S. Wimberly as Ogun in The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theater. Photo by Steven Ho.

Equus

by Peter Shaffer
directed by John Fisher
November 25 – December 10

Eureka Theatre, 215 Jackson San Francisco Map It

The explosive play about suppressed sexuality that took critics and audiences by storm, Equus is a timeless classic and a cornerstone of modern drama that delves into the darkest recesses of human existence.

Press Release
(download PDF)

Hear the Interview with John Fisher with DJ Marilyn on Let Me Touch Your Mind, KPOO radio.

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Critical Acclaim!!

“Morgan Lange does an extradordinary performance creating a young man who is both unique and troubled … John Fisher gives a superlative performance as Martin… Rudy Guerrero plays four roles [and] is pitch perfect…Ann Lawler in three roles, gives a splendid performance; and Iris Haas Biel, especially as the sexually exploratory stable girl, Jill, gives a sensual performance.”

Richard Connema, Talkin' Broadway

“Hot-Blooded Equus Intrigues.. Fisher stands among giants in the role of Dysart, a character played by Richard Burton, Anthony Hopkins, and Leonard Nimoy. Fisher tackles the role, full speed ahead through psychological intrigue, erotic exhibition, and Dysart’s sexual frustration.”

Daniel Lilly, Theatrius.com

“Young Alan Strang and his three horses are erotic, dramatic and excellent in Theatre Rhinoceros winter production. Morgan Lange.is superb as the troubled 17-year-old Alan.”

Vince Mediaa, vmediabackstage.com

Poster

Equus Poster

Production Photos

Pictured left to right: Ann Lawler as Trooper, Morgan Lange as Alan, Rudy Guerrero* as Nugget, and John Fisher* as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson *Member Actors Equity Association

Pictured left to right: Ann Lawler as Trooper, Morgan Lange as Alan, Rudy Guerrero* as Nugget, and John Fisher* as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson
*Member Actors Equity Association

Pictured left to right: Morgan Lange as Alan and John Fisher* as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson *Member Actors Equity Association

Pictured left to right: John Fisher* as Martin Dysart and Morgan Lange as Alan Strang in EQUUS by Peter Shaffer
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson. *Member Actors’ Equity Association.

Pictured: John Fisher* as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson *Member Actors Equity Association

Pictured: John Fisher* as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.
*Member Actors Equity Association

Pictured: Morgan Lange as Alan in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson

Pictured: Morgan Lange as Alan in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson

Pictured left to right: Morgan Lange as Alan, Iris Haas-Biel as Jill, and John Fisher* as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson *Member Actors Equity Association

Pictured left to right: Morgan Lange as Alan, Iris Haas-Biel as Jill, and John Fisher* as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson
*Member Actors Equity Association

Pictured: Morgan Lange as Alan in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson

Pictured: Morgan Lange as Alan in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson

 

Pictured left to right: Ann Lawler as Nurse and John Fisher* as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher. A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson *Member Actors Equity Association

Pictured left to right: Ann Lawler as Nurse and John Fisher* as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson
*Member Actors Equity Association

Publicity Photos

Equus Poster

Pictured left to right: John Fisher* as Martin Dysart and Morgan Lange as Alan Strang in EQUUS by Peter Shaffer
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson. *Member Actors’ Equity Association.

Pictured left to right: John Fisher* as Martin Dysart and Morgan Lange as Alan Strang in EQUUS by Peter Shaffer A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson. *Member Actors' Equity Association.

Pictured left to right: John Fisher* as Martin Dysart and Morgan Lange as Alan Strang in EQUUS by Peter Shaffer
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson. *Member Actors’ Equity Association.

Pictured: John Fisher* as Martin Dysart in EQUUS by Peter Shaffer Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured: John Fisher* as Martin Dysart in EQUUS by Peter Shaffer
Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured: Morgan Lange as Alan Strang in EQUUS by Peter Shaffer Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured: Morgan Lange as Alan Strang in EQUUS by Peter Shaffer
Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

The Rhino’s New Year’s Eve Spectacular 2016

By Morris Bobrow
Starring: David Goodwin, Kim Larsen, Lisa McHenry, Deborah Russo
Pianist: Ben Keim
Eureka Theatre
215 Jackson St, San Francisco
Curtain at 8 pm.
Running Time – One hour, forty-five minutes with intermission.
Raffles! And, beverages will beserved.

Press Release
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Poster

Equus Poster

Publicity Photo

Join these Characters on New Year's Eve

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Gertrude Stein and a Companion

By Win Wells
Directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher
December 28-January 8

Eureka Theatre, 215 Jackson San Francisco

“They were regular in being gay…they were gay the same length of time every day, they were gay, they were quite regularly gay.”

The Love of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas takes the stage in this witty and romantic account of their life together.

GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION won first prize at both the Edinburgh Festival and the Theatre Festival in Sydney, Australia, as well as the Vita Award in South Africa as Best Play. The love of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas takes the stage in this witty and romantic account of their life together.

See the Trailer!

The Bay Area Reporter

on Gertrude Stein and a Companion

Listen to the Radio Interview

with David Latuilippe on KALW's 'Open Air'.

Hear actors Kathryn Wood and Elaine Jennings, who play the roles of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas

The discussion with the Rhino stars starts at 29 minutes into the recording.

Critical Acclaim for Gertrude and a Companion!

“Wood’s Gertrude is constantly beaming and self confident… Jennings gives [Alice] a brilliance and a place in the sun that she must have had in order to thrive in the setting she did.”

Victor Cordell, For All Events

“Kathryn Wood as Stein and Elaine Jennings as Toklas give well rounded and touching performances.”

Kedar Adour, For All Events

“… brings to life a form of intellectual intimacy that is rarely depicted onstage… Jennings offered a complex and layered character study of the devoted friend and lover who quietly ruled Stein’s world.”

George Heymont, My Cultural Landscape

“Kathryn Wood as Gertrude Stein dominates the stage with magnetism and warmth, spouting phrases like ‘a rose is a rose is a rose.’ Elaine Jennings looks like Alice B. Toklas. With her short bobbed hair wig and her blunt manner she holds her own on stage. Both actresses give excellent performances… “Haley Bertelsen plays everyone else [and] gives a first rate performance as each of the characters.”

Richard Connema, Talkin’ Broadway

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Publicity Photos

Pictured left to right: Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein and Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas.

Pictured left to right: Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein and Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas.
Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Haley Bertelson as the Young Girl, Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein, and Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas.

Pictured left to right: Haley Bertelson as the Young Girl, Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein, and Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas.
Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein, Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas, and Haley Bertelson as the Young Girl. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein, Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas, and Haley Bertelson as the Young Girl.
Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein, Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas, and Haley Bertelson as the Young Girl. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein, Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas, and Haley Bertelson as the Young Girl.
Photo by David Wilson.

Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas and Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein. Photo by David Wilson.

Elaine Jennings as Alice B. Toklas and Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude Stein.
Photo by David Wilson.

Production Photos

Pictured left to right: Haley Bertelsen as Everybody Else, Elaine Jennings as Alice and Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude in Win Wells's GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Haley Bertelsen as Everybody Else, Elaine Jennings as Alice and Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude in Win Wells’s GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude and Elaine Jennings as Alice in Win Wells's GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude and Elaine Jennings as Alice in Win Wells’s GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Elaine Jennings as Alice and Haley Bertelsen as Everybody Else in Win Wells's GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher; A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Elaine Jennings as Alice and Haley Bertelsen as Everybody Else in Win Wells’s GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher; A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude in Win Wells's GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude in Win Wells’s GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Elaine Jennings as Alice and Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude in Win Wells's GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Elaine Jennings as Alice and Kathryn L. Wood as Gertrude in Win Wells’s GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION directed by Kathryn L. Wood and John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Flim-Flam

Written and Directed by John Fisher
February 24 – March 18

Eureka Theatre, 215 Jackson San Francisco Map It

Three desperate actors take to the road in search of roles. Along the way they encounter highway hooligans, porno shoots, offended politically-correct youths and “all the crazies” of America. “All the world’s a stage” and it’s an actor’s nightmare in this comedy about America “trying to be great again.”

Press Release
(download PDF)

Poster

Flim-Flam Poster

Watch the Trailer!

Production Photos

Pictured left to right: Daniel Chung as Endin, Donald Currie as Dobbins and John Fisher* as Aaron in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher; A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Daniel Chung as Endin, Donald Currie as Dobbins and John Fisher* as Aaron in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theatre.  Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: John Fisher* as Aaron, Kevin Copps as Harribal, and Daniel Chung as Endin in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher; A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson

Pictured left to right: John Fisher* as Aaron, Kevin Copps as Harribal, and Daniel Chung as Endin in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theatre.

Pictured left to right: Jesse Vaughn as Abby and Krystle Piamonte as Gaby in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher; A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Jesse Vaughn as Abby and Krystle Piamonte as Gaby in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at The Eureka Theatre.  Photo by David Wilson.

Jesse Vaughn as Hammer in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Jesse Vaughn as Hammer in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Donald Currie as Dobbins, Joe Tally as Bus Driver, John Fisher* as Aaron, Daniel Chung as Endin and Krystle Piamonte as Zika Mom in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Donald Currie as Dobbins, Joe Tally as Bus Driver, John Fisher* as Aaron, Daniel Chung as Endin and Krystle Piamonte as Zika Mom in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Donald Currie as Dobbins and Krystle Piamonte as Zika Mom Pictured left to right: Donald Currie as Dobbins and Krystle Piamonte as Zika Mom in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Donald Currie as Dobbins and Krystle Piamonte as Zika Mom in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Jesse Vaughn as Hammer and John Fisher* as Aaron in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Jesse Vaughn as Hammer and John Fisher* as Aaron in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher.
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

* indicates member of Actor’s Equity

Publicity Photos

Pictured left to right: Daniel Chung as Endin, John Fisher* as Aaron, and Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Daniel Chung as Endin, John Fisher* as Aaron, and Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Daniel Chung as Endin, John Fisher* as Aaron, and Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: Daniel Chung as Endin, John Fisher* as Aaron, and Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Daniel Chung as Endin, John Fisher* as Aaron, and Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Daniel Chung as Endin, John Fisher* as Aaron, and Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: John Fisher* as Aaron, and Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey, and Daniel Chung as Endin in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: John Fisher* as Aaron, and Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey, and Daniel Chung as Endin in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured: Daniel Chung as Endin in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured: Daniel Chung as Endin in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured: Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured: Donald Currie as Dobbins Del Rey in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

Pictured left to right: John Fisher* as Aaron in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

John Fisher* as Aaron in FLIM-FLAM by John Fisher
A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre; Photo by David Wilson.

* indicates member of Actor’s Equity

Flim-Flam and the Critics!

'Hysterical Actor Disease' makes John Fisher's new comedy of thespians the perfect way to start the Trump years.

Tickets Available Online Now!

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

— The San Francisco Examiner

Flim-Flam teaches…

He has fecal alcohol syndrome.

That penis explosion was induced! I slipped him some government grade viagra.

Dreams are expensive! Let me live my fantasy!

Great acting always resides in closest proximity to embarrassment.

Flim-Flam Extras!

What in the hell is this play about, anyway?

“I was on a plane back from New York in September and it suddenly occurred to me that everyone was much too fascinated with Trump,” explains writer/director John Fisher. “I was much too fascinated with Trump. He was too fascinating to watch.”

“And then I realized this might not all play out the way we wanted it to – that he would bury himself. I realized that my fascination with a disaster might be someone else’s fascination with radical change.”

“With a sickening thud I realized he might very well become President. In front of me on the screen was an old movie – The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, about greed and how it effects three men.”

“I started writing this play.”

“Well, I’m not prescient. I was as surprised and sickened by the outcome as anyone. I think art needs to respond to things quickly so I replaced my previously announced play Ding Dong with this one.”

“So here is my play about Trump’s America, not directly about it but very much residing in it. It feels damn weird to live in; I hope the play is as weird.”

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