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Rhinos Roaming Through Our Psychological Savannas

 

“The rhinoceros are roaming through our psychological savannas to this day. That is why nothing in our own world would startle Ionesco." Hear more from Director Frank Galati.

by Annie Sears
May 21, 2019

Interview with Frank Galati on Ionesco’s Rhinoceros

 

 

Listen to this KPFA radio interview with director Frank Galati about brining Ionesco's Rhinoceros to life at A.C.T.

KPFA
May 30, 2019

Catching Rhinoceritis

 

 

Ionesco's Rhinoceros is all about... well... rhinoceroses. How do actors portray these lumbering pachyderms? Hear more from actor Matt DeCaro, who's fashioned a transformation all his own.

by Annie Sears
June 11, 2019

Rhino 101

 

 

Did you know that a rhino's horn is made of the same material as human fingernails? Learn some more fast rhino facts, and catch the Rhinoceros cast before the show closes on June 23!

by Annie Sears
June 18, 2019

Join the Crash, Embrace the Herd

 

 

Like it or not, humans are herd animals. To achieve these needs, we accept rules and traditions that help us to fit in, get along, and stay safe. We also know how dangerous going along with the group can be

by Elspeth Sweatman
May 24, 2019

Interview with Cast Memeber Rona Figueroa 

 

 

Rhinoceros cast member, Rona Figueroa sat down to talk about her theater beginnings and how her love of performing started young

San Mateo Daily Journal
May 30, 2019

Podcast: Rhinoceros

 

 

 

Renowned director Frank Galati sat down with A.C.T.'s Literary Manager, Allie Moss to discuss Eugène Ionesco's RhinocerosThey dive into the relationship between humor and tragedy, translating a play, and more!

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