By Eugène Ionesco; translated by Derek Prouse; directed by Frank Galati. In the opening moments of Ionesco's masterpiece of absurdist satire, a rhinoceros rampages through a village square.
At the local café, people argue over what they saw. Was it really a rhino, or just fake news?
As the eccentric villagers shed refined façades for hides and horns--smashing windows and crushing flowerbeds--rumpled everyman Berenger faces a desperate choice: take a stand against the armored brutes or join the mindless herd?