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Monday, October 8, 2012

Rhinoceros Opening Night Party

The opening of Rhinoceros was followed by an opening night party with company members and BAM Patrons (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Last Thursday night Théâtre de la Ville of Paris' production of Rhinoceros opened for a three-night run at BAM. After the performance, patrons at the Supporter level and above were invited to attend a party in the Lepercq Space, joined by director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota and the Company. The play's writer, Eugène Ionesco, who passed away in 1994, was well represented by his daughter, Marie-France Ionesco. Despite grey skies, guests were in high spirits after the production, and the night was yet another success in the 30th Next Wave Festival.

Read on for more highlights from the event and for a full Event Album click here.

Adding to the opening night party's festivities was spectacular decor provided by Fleurs Bella, with its enchanting features and fall colors. Guests enjoyed food from Great Performances and a variety of beers from Brooklyn Brewery, including BAMBoozle, was served.

(L-R): Karen Brooks Hopkins & Joseph V. Melillo listen to director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota speak at the opening night party (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Ionesco's daughter, Marie-France Ionesco, with Director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota speaking to party guests (Photo: Elena Olivo)

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