Theatre Rhinoceros, the world’s oldest, continuously-producing, professional queer theater, was founded in San Francisco in August 1977 by the late Allan B. Estes, Jr. True to its queer roots, its first play, “The West Street Gang” by Doric Wilson, was staged in a SoMa leather bar, The Black and Blue. We are so fortunate to have this amazing, historic venue in our city!
Members of Bridgemen and 50-Plus have once again been offered complimentary tickets, this time on Friday, March 22, for their production of “Deathtrap,” Ira Levin’s classic suspense thriller about playwright Sidney Bruhl’s desperate attempt to write his next big hit.
Attendance will initially be capped to 40 tickets for Bridgemen and 50-Plus memberse. More seats may be made available later, but that’s not guaranteed. Because tickets are limited, as a courtesy to both fellow members and our Theatre Rhino partners, PLEASE ONLY RSVP FOR THIS EVENT IF YOU’RE 100% CERTAIN YOU’LL BE ABLE TO ATTEND. Also…PLEASE DO *NOT* RSVP FOR THIS EVENT UNDER *BOTH* BRIDGEMEN AND 50-PLUS!
If you have questions about this event, please contact Bridgemen Coordinator Alex Ray here on Meetup by email at [masked] or by cell phone at[masked]. See you there!