The HCC Theater Dept. will present its Fall 2017 production, "Rhinoceros," by Eugene Ionesco, Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 16-18, at 7:30 p.m. in the Leslie Phillips Theater, HCC Fine & Performing Arts Building.
There will also be a matinee performance Sat., Nov. 18, at 2 p.m.
The Friday, Nov. 17 performance will be ASL-interpreted.
The play is being directed by HCC theater professor Tim Cochran.
For more information or to reserve a seat, call the HCC Box Office at 413.552.2528.
Tickets are $10 (general admission); $8 (students and senior citizens); $5 (HCC students, faculty and staff).
About the play:
"Rhinoceros" is a fable about a small town besieged by one roaring citizen who becomes a rhinoceros and proceeds to trample on the social order. As more and more citizens are transformed into rhinoceroses, the trampling becomes overwhelming and more and more people are likewise changed. One sane man, Berenger, remains, unable to change his form and identity. The sublime is confused with the ridiculous in this savage commentary on the human condition, a staple of every theater classroom 20th century drama ... (Samuel French)
PHOTOS by CHRIS YURKO: Gabriel CiFuentes stars as Berenger in the HCC Theater Department's production of Rhinocereos, by Eugene Ionesco.