Theatre Rhinoceros
John Fisher, Executive Director

San Francisco Live Professional Queer Theater

GLAAD Media Award Winner

San Francisco's queer theater starts its 38th season November 4th.

The Call by Tanya Barfield opens February 20

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The Call

By Tanya Barfield
Directed by Jon Wai-keung Lowe

Eureka Theatre, 215 Jackson Street, San Francisco Map It
February 20 - March 12th
17 PERFORMANCE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT

Annie and Peter decide to adopt, setting their sights on a child from Africa. But, when they receive surprising news from the adoption agency, their marriage is put to the test, secrets of the past are exposed, and this couple approaching midlife is left with an unexpected choice.

Politically charged, funny and tack-sharp, THE CALL is a startling portrait of cultural divide, casting global issues into the heart of an American home.

Performance Schedule:

February 20 - March 12
Wednesday - Saturday @ 800pm
Saturday Matinees @ 300pm
Running Time: 1 Hour, 45 Minutes including one ten-minute intermission. 

Nearby Parking:

Golden Gateway Center Parking Garage, entrance is on Clay between Battery and Front - 2 blocks from the theatre.
Embarcadero Center Garage, entrance is on Battery between Clay and Sacramento - 2 1/2 blocks away.
City Parking Garage is on Broadway and Front - 2 blocks away.​

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Pictured left to right: Melissa Keith as Annie, Hawlan Ng as Peter, Nkechi Emeruwa as Rebecca in THE CALL by Tanya Barfield; Directed by Jon Wai-keung Lowe; A Theatre Rhinoceros Production at the Eureka Theatre. 

Melissa Keith as Annie, Hawlan Ng as Peter, and Nkechi Emeruwa as Rebecca in The Call.

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We are pleased to have been nomiated for a 2016 Bay Area Reporter Best of the Bay Award as Best Theatre Company.

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See all the 2015 Nominees

Theatre Rhinoceros Nominated for 11 Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle (BATCC) Awards!

Thank you BATCC for these nominations for Theatre Rhino's 2015 shows:

  • Best Overall Production (Bay Area):
    Shakespeare Goes to War
  • Best Overall Production (Bay Area):
    Breaking the Code
  • Best Overall Production (in SF):
    Shakespeare Goes to War
  • Best Overall Production (in SF):
    Breaking the Code
  • Principal Actor:
    John Fisher for Shakespeare Goes to War
  • Principal Actor:
    John Fisher for Breaking the Code
  • Featured Actor:
    Kevin Copps for Shakespeare Goes to War
  • Featured Actor:
    Val Hendrickson for Breaking the Code
  • Original Script:
    John Fisher for Shakespeare Goes to War
  • Set Design:
    Jon Wai-keung Lowe for Shakespeare Goes to War
  • Sound Design:
    John Fisher for Shakespeare Goes to War

 

 

Theatre Rhinoceros's 2015-16 Winter Appeal

Support the Longest-Running LGBT Theatre Anywhere!

Your generous donations last year helped us achieve another record year of donor support! It also helped us put the most adventurous, professional and entertaining gay-lesbian productions onstage. Thank you! In these challenging economic times we still need your help.

Please keep the Rhino a long-running hit with a generous donation this year.

We had a very successful year in 2015. It started off with our hit production of The Anarchist, an exclusive West Coast Premiere. Next was our most successful production in a decade, the Alan Turing bio-play Breaking the Code, a production recommended as a “Go See” show by the Bay Area Critics’ Circle. Then we presented our World Premiere outdoor extravaganza Timon! The Musical, a Theatre Rhinoceros production wholly funded by and presented as a part of the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival. Timon! was another fun-filled hit show and a completely free event, open to all – though we of course gave our subscribers and donors the exclusive treatment. The year continued with a revival of Breaking the Code, playing another successful run of four weeks in August and, finally, we just closed our brand new show Shakespeare Goes to War at Thick House – a show that received glowing reviews and a loving response from its audience. The year isn’t quite finished though - we still have our annual New Year’s Eve Extravaganza to present, this year Morris Bobrow’s hysterical musical Are We Almost There?

In 2015 The Rhino was a hit! Whatever we produce, we continue our dedication to adventurous, diverse, professional theatre on gay and lesbian themes with an emphasis always on entertainment and provocation.

All Theatre Rhinoceros donors receive invitations to special events like our closing night parties and donors of $1,000.00 or more will be recognized as “Honorary Producers” of a show of their choice. All donations are tax deductible and are acknowledged in our programs, unless otherwise requested.

Please contact me directly for further donor benefits.

With warmest holiday wishes,

JOHN FISHER
Executive Director 

Please use the donation form page 2 of this letter. You can also donate on-line.

Theatre Rhinoceros is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible

 
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We Made the List!

Thank you to SFist Daily for recognizing Theatre Rhinoceros in its September, 2015 list of Best Local Theaters in the Bay Area.
 
 

Foundations Supporting Theatre Rhinoceros

Theatre Rhinoceros is funded by the generosity of the following organizations:

San Francisco Grants for the Arts

 

The The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

 

The San Francisco Art Commission

 

The Dramatists Guild

 

The Zellerbach Family Foundation

 

The James Hormel Foundation

 

The Horizons Foundation

 

The Bob Ross Foundation

 

The Walmart Foundation



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