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The Brick and Theater Reconstruction Ensemble present the world premiere of a mysterious tale of a town in search of its missing mayor, and a stranger named Don who's looking for his forgotten identity. More…

Loosely inspired by the works of playwright Eugene Ionesco and filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock, 'Rhinbecca' is set in a small town where the mayor has gone missing. A stranger named Don arrives, but he doesn't remember who he is or how he came to be there...or does he? Is his sudden appearance related to the mystery of the missing mayor? No one seems to know the answers to these questions, but Don's determined to get to the bottom of it all.

1h 30m | Already closed | The Brick (Brooklyn)

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March 12th, 2016
"'Rhinbecca, NY' blends its sources’ distinctive styles to craft a bizarre, atmospheric tale of an outsider’s role in a twisted environment...The show takes more structure from its stylistic unity and strong ensemble than from concrete narrative; fans of a more linear storyline may be put off. No...
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March 15th, 2016
"Loose is a very kind word when describing the inspiration…With an extremely thin through line to work off of, the piece can only be examined by each individual beat. With so much going on, some of it worked, a lot of it didn’t…'Rhinbecca, NY' is an exceptionally interesting work of art. But do y...
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March 7th, 2016
"'Rhinbecca, NY' is a collision of a Hitchcock-esque suspense thriller and classic absurdism in the style of Eugene Ionesco's 'Rhinoceros.' The mashup may sound surprising at first, but it is impressive how well the two genres fit together, generating a surreal atmosphere...The ensemble conjures ...
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March 13th, 2016
"When the cast is taking their final bows and literally no one in the audience is clapping, it is not a good sign...Fusing cast and crew, production and reality, beginnings and endings, but without style, engagement or clarity, it seems to be absurd theatre for the sake of absurdity, but with non...
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