‘Rhinoceros’ Reading by Actors Gang – Two Performances

unnamed-1Every month, The Actors’ Gang performs staged readings of award winning plays. Our first two readings celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prize with State of the Union and Angels in America.

This month, we’re partnering up with The Culver City Julian Dixon Public Library to perform 2 readings of Eugene Ionesco’s wildly funny allegory, Rhinoceros.

Rhinoceros begins in a small town square where Jean, an efficient, refined young man, meets his semi-alcoholic and fully apathetic friend, Berenger, for a drink. Jean upbraids Berenger for his drinking habits and his aimlessness. Soon, a rhinoceros runs through the square (off-stage), shocking all the townspeople with the exception of the indifferent Berenger. What next? What now?

We would love for you to join us at our readings. They are free of charge. We ask that you bring nothing but an open mind as we explore the innovative writing and theatricality of Rhinoceros.

Culver City Public Library: Thursday, December 15th at 6PM

The Actors’ Gang Theater: Tuesday, December 20th at 7 PM

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