Join us at our annual Alumni Theatre Night for a performance of Rhinoceros, by Eugene Ionesco, directed by Martha Ross and produced by the Waterloo Drama department.
Ionesco wrote Rhinoceros in 1959 as a critique of neo-Fascism that took hold in parts of Europe after World War II. This story is about the bourgeois inhabitants of a French town in the 1950s one by one turn into a rhinoceros until they become a mindless and savage herd, all of the inhabitants that is, but the ‘Everyman’ character of Berenger.
- Tickets will be available for purchase in February.
- The performance will be in the revamped Modern Languages Building.
- Free parking is available on campus however space is limited. Once the HV and H lots are full you will be required to pay for your own parking in lot C, payments can be made with coins or credit card at the blue machines ($5 for the evening).
- Latecomers will not be admitted into the theatre.
- Payments will not be taken at the door, tickets will not be provided. Seating in the theatre will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information on Rhinoceros, please visit performance's official page.
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1