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About TinyRhino:

TinyRhino is The Theatrical Drinking Game.

Every month, six playwrights write brand new 10-minute plays, each including five dramatic elements. These elements might show up at any time, in any order, and with any frequency. And every time they do: you DRINK!

TinyRhino is presented by UglyRhino Productions each month at Littlefield in Brooklyn, and play collaborative arts venue in Los Angeles. 

Littlefield is a performance and art space in Brooklyn’s Gowanus neighborhood. More about Littlefield at www.littlefieldnyc.com

play's programming is based entirely on the idea of collaboration, through both performance and healing arts. More about play at www.artsatplay.com

 

About UglyRhino:

UglyRhino Productions presents TinyRhino 

UglyRhino is a new way to experience theater. Expanding on our high quality productions, we integrate dynamic arts programming ranging from emerging musicians to warehouse parties. UglyRhino curates affordable evenings with a social atmosphere that captures the inimitable spirit of Brooklyn.

More about UglyRhino at www.uglyrhino.com 


TinyRhino Press:

“In an act of sheer genius, UglyRhino Theater Company presents, TinyRhino, the world’s first theatrical drinking game at the Brooklyn Lyceum.”
– BlackBook Magazine

“The rapid-fire plays are just part of the UglyRhino’s ways to bring a party atmosphere to community theater.” 
- Brooklyn Paper

"Once the performances ended, the night was still young."
- Starring NYC 

“The best thing you can do with your Monday night.”
- Theater Is Easy 

“ It’s the kind of night that would even make ol’ grumpypants Chekhov smile."
- Brooklyn Based

"There’s enough levity to laugh until your face hurts, but enough substance to respect and appreciate the show."
- Punch

“UglyRhino offers some of the most unique and enjoyable theatrical experiences in a city brimming with entertainment options."
- Arts.Mic

"Half the fun of the evening… is seeing how much you can drink, but the other half is seeing how six different playwrights can take all the same elements and create six vastly different short plays.” 
- The Happiest Medium