Theatre Rhinoceros presents THE CALL - by Tanya Barfield
Directed by Jon Wai-keung Lowe, Feb. 20 - March 12, 2016
(Limited Engagement - 17 Performances Only). Check out photos from the show below!
Performances are: Wed. - Sat. - 8:00 pm / Sat. Matinees - 3:00 pm
Previews - Sat., Feb. 20 (3:00 and 8:00 pm), Wed., Feb. 24 (8:00 pm) www.TheRhino.org
THE CALL - by Tanya Barfield will have its Theatre Rhinoceros premiere in this exclusive San Francisco production for a limited engagement - 17 performances only!
The show plays Feb. 20 - March 12, 2016 - Wed. - Sat. - 8:00 pm / Sat. Matinees 3:00 pm
Previews - Sat., Feb. 20 (3:00 and 8:00 pm), Wed., Feb. 24 (8:00 pm)
Opening Night: Thurs., Feb. 25, 2016 - 8:00 pm (Reception to follow).
Shows are at The Eureka Theatre, 215 Jackson St. (btwn. Front & Battery Sts., in SF 94111, (Muni Bus Lines: All Market St. Lines; BART: Embarcadero)
Tickets are $15 - $35 http://www.therhino.org/buy.htm or 1- (800) 838-3006.
(Previews are pay-what-you-wish.)
THE CALL features Alexaendrai Bond (Drea); Nkechi Emeruwa (Rebecca); Darryl V. Jones* (Alemu); Melissa Keith (Annie); Hawlan Ng (Peter). *Member, Actors' Equity Association
Tech credits: Mickey Byrne (Stage Manager); John Fisher (Producer); Jon Wai-keung Lowe (Sets); Sean Keehan (Lights); Kitty Muntzel (Costumes); David Wilson (Graphics/Photography); THE CALL is directed by Jon Wai-keung Lowe.
To arrange an interview with the director or any cast members or Theatre Rhino Artistic Director John Fisher, or for additional info, call publicist L. Helman at 415/ 661-1260.
In THE CALL - by Tanya Barfield - 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.
THE CALL premiered in NYC off Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in April 2013 - directed by Leigh Silverman.