Douze Citrons


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"Lunacy is lunacy and that's all there is to it! Everyone knows what lunacy is. And what about the rhinoceroses- are they practice or are they theory?"



By Eugene Ionesco

Translated by Derek Prouse


Directed by Lochlan Cox

Set Design by Hans Krause

Costume Design by Kyle Maenz

Lighting Design by Linas Kairys

Sound Design by Connor Delaney


April 5th-7th, 2018 at the Aki Studio

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A play about how the unusual and absurd can become dangerously accepted. A play about the ugly nature of conformity and mob mentality. Rhinoceros is a play by Eugène Ionesco, written in 1959. Over the play, the inhabitants of a small, provincial French town turn into rhinoceroses.The play is often read as a response and criticism to the sudden upsurge of Fascism and Nazism during the events preceding World War II. Depressingly relevant today, this will be inaugural production of Douze Citrons Productions, and we are so excited to perform for you.




Show Information:



April 5th-7th



Aki Studio

585 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7



Tickets are available for purchase at the box office:


Phone: 647 391 2234

General Admission: $25

Seniors/Students: : $20

Seating is general, no refund.



Creative Team



Rhinoceros will be Lochlan's directorial debut, and he is very proud to be working alongside such an excellent team of artists. Lochlan is a huge fan of anything weird--and that telling stories in an absurd way often allows for a better understanding of their themes. 

Lochlan is very thankful for the chances he has gotten to work with companies such as Shakespeare Street Theatre, the Ryerson School of Performance, Process Theatre, and Mainstage Theatre over the first few years of his theatre career. He looks forward to creating with Douze Citrons. 




Maya Findlay is currently a fourth-year student in the performance production program, where she specialized in Stage Management, and Wardrobe. Her passion is for theatre that evokes thought, discussion, and educates.

Previous works includes: Assistant Stage Manager (Dances 2015 with James Kudelka, Ryerson) Head of Props (The Seventh Seal, Ryerson), Assistant Stage Manager (Silenced, HerStoryCounts) Wardrobe Supervisor (Julius Ceasar, Ryerson), Stage Manager & Animator (Shadow Girls, PencilKit Productions), Costume Designer (The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Ryerson) Stage Manager (Choreographic Works 2018, Ryerson). She is very excited to be part of the Rhinoceros team!



Hans is a theatre artist interested in the nitty gritty of how stories are told and the possibility for new kinds of stories. Dedicated to a holistic method of narrative he works in most visual and sonic aspects of theatre including set, projection, automation, atmospheric effects, unconventional show control, lighting, and sound. He founded the Tin Cork Artist Collective in 2015 to collaborate with other young theatre artists in a dedicated work space. He has worked on a wide range of projects with Sticks and String Company, Bad Dog Theatre Company, Shadowland Theatre, choreographers Drew Berry and Michaela St. Pierre, Luminato, Pan Am, Datassist, Ryerson Theatre School and more.

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Kyle is a theatre student at Ryerson Theatre School in his fourth year. His focus is costume and makeup design but he dabbles in props and carpentry. He is the co-producer and costume designer of Rhinoceros. He has worked as hair and makeup designer for The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (2017) and Jack and the Beanstalk (2017). He was the wardrobe supervisor for PEACE (2017), head dresser for Ryerson Dances 2016 and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2015). He believes in a strong emphasis on visual storytelling and narrative of all forms.


Raised in Stratford, Ontario, Connor has experience in both Sound Design and Music Direction. He is currently in the Production program at the Ryerson School of Performance.

He is the Music Director for Ryerson Musical Theatre Company’s production of Into the Woods opening in February of 2018. This will complete his third year with the company in the following positions: Music Director and Sound Designer for The Drowsy Chaperone (2017) and Music Director for Thoroughly Modern Millie (2016). Other credits include Music Director for St. Michael Catholic High School’s productions of The Phantom of the Opera (2017) and The Spitfire Grill (2014).

Connor also has extensive experience as a vocal coach, organist, pianist, arranger and conductor


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Linas has assumed many roles on and off the stage over the last several years. Now Studying at Ryerson University, he has designed many shows in these last few years. Linas has enjoyed the opportunity to work closely with his fellow colleagues and Designers. With bight new ideas every day, he's focused to create new and interesting designs that will keep your heart illuminated.