Chicago's longest running fringe festival. January 12-February 17.

  • Curious luminaries Jenny Magnus and Beau O'Reilly reunite for another installment of <em>Madras Parables</em>.
  • The Neo-Futurists present three solo pieces inspired by the original family of country music.
  • The Ruckus returns to Rhino with its second full-length, company-devised piece.
  • ...And other fairy tales. Playwright/poet Sue Cargill re-introduces us to some good girls being punished.
  • New Orleans playwright R.J. Tsarov takes a dark, surreal look at relationships and gender differences.

Shows & Events

The 24th Annual Rhinoceros Theater Festival is officially ended. But thanks to your participation and support, we enjoyed a wildly successful festival in 2013—featuring some of the brightest stars of Chicago fringe theater, music, multimedia, and performance. Next year, Chicago's longest running fringe festival marks its 25th anniversary, promising more shows and more surprises! So please follow us for more updates:  Facebook | Twitter