Join Columbia alumni in attending a showing of the "Deathtrap" play at the Gateway Theater presented by Theater Rhinoceros, the longest-running queer theater in the world. There will be a talkback after the show with Jerry Metzer (Theater, '89) who runs the Rhinoceros theater. How to sign-up for the event: 1. Go to The Rhinoceros Theater website to purchse tickets. Link: https://therhino.audience1st.com/store/82. Use discount code "ROAREE" for 50% off (original tickets are $20)3. Choose Thursday April 11th, 8:00 pm as the show you will attend Please purchase tickets directly on the website to attend the show. Signing up on the Eventbrite will allow us to gather a group day-of, and attend the talkback after the show together. Look for our Columbia banner before the show! About the play: "Deathtrap," a master play by the author of such novels as "Rosemary's Baby" and "The Stepford Wives." In this thriller, Playwright Sidney Bruhl needs a hit, desperately. Is he willing to kill to get it? Will his wife help him? How far will their nerve take them? And what will handsome Cliff’s reaction be when he finds out? "Deathtrap" was the longest running comedy thriller on Broadway, subsequently made into a movie starring Michael Caine and Christopher Reeve. San Francisco's Theatre Rhinoceros, the longest running queer theater company in the country is producing. Jerry Metzger is co-directing with Theatre Rhinoceros Artistic Director John Fisher (who is also playing playwright Sideny Bruhl). Jerry Metzger Bio: Jerry Metzker (SOA, Theater, '89) is a playwright/dramaturg/director/actor. As a director, he most recently co-directed John Fisher's acclaimed solo play, "A History of World War II," which played in New York at the United Solo Festival and at Pangyea and was extended twice at The Marsh. At Theatre Rhinoceros, he was dramaturg/associate producer of "Fighting Mac' and dramaturg/performer in "Flaming Iguanas." He has written several long and short ensemble and solo plays, such as Mercy Buckets (San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 2011), Queerification and His Heart Belongs to Me (co-produced by Theatre Rhinoceros), Oh Fuck, You’re Old (LGBT Writes! at The Marsh Café, San Francisco), and three one-page plays produced by ABYDOS/The Directors Theater. He created, produced and performed in Sign Theatre, a series of performance installations with several actors at Oakland’s First Fridays Art Murmur. As a dramaturg, he was worked at Circle Repertory Company and the Williamstown Theatre Festival, and was a co-creator and administrator of the Artists Development Lab. He is also a static trapeze artist.