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RHINOCEROS

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 “Rhinoceros”

by Eugene Ionesco, adapted by Thomas R. Gordon for the Onamatopoeia Theater Company.

Set design by Zach Seraphin, with Adam Brooks, Alex Levitt, Zoe Speas,

Clinton Powell, Charlotte Raines, Julia Register, Albert Baker, Sarah Allyn,

Sammi Katz, and Nicola McEldowney.

This is an absurdist play set in a small town in France.

Concept: It happens today, but it’s timeless.  The characters are a bit over the top,

oblivious, cliché.  Lots of colors and patterns.