One day a man’s humdrum life finally changes when an epidemic strikes his city that is transforming citizens into rhinoceroses.

This hallmark of the French absurdist movement, originally written as a response to the rise of European fascism in the twentieth century, applies across all demarcations of time and place, and explores the failure of logic in the face of emotion and the tendency of history to repeat itself.


“…uses a minimalist set and an array of wonderfully disturbing sound effects to underscore the tension so critical to the play’s message.” – The Yale Politic